Oldies and goodies?



#9

Just ran across this and thought I'd share.

http://www.vintage-technology.info/pages/calculators/general/calccompany.htm

Forgot to add this.

http://www.aaronaddingmachines.com/


Edited: 16 Aug 2010, 10:20 p.m. after one or more responses were posted


#10

It seems that one company is missing.

: )


#11

Yes. Very odd. When I think calculator I've always thought HP.

#12

I did have the TI SR10. I think it was my first calculator.

Edited: 17 Aug 2010, 12:04 a.m.


#13

I had a SR-10, later replaced with a SR-11 when the first got lost. My next calculator was a HP-25, and from that moment I never looked back to TI models.


#14

I believe the 25 was my next one too :)

#15

It isn't only HP which is missing from the list. Others from my limited collection include Checkmate, Cybernet, Korvette, Miida, Monroe, Montgomerry Ward, Royal, Soundesign, Teal and Unicom.

As to old adding machines I prefer some of the genuine antiques where my favorites include the rotary Addometers (made by a typewriter company and built like a truck) and the Magic-Brain pocket size push down adders.

Palmer

#16

From the first site:

Quote:
I am slowly revamping the images and descriptions - and have another 100+ calculators to put on - so keep looking!

Odds are the 100+ includes many HP's. Saving the best for last?

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