|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Logic, 8 BCD digits, no exponent,
||One register. permanent memory
||8 digit 7 segment black&white LCD, separate
||A specialized version for programmers: Supports
decimal, hex and octal number display (but not binary). There's one
shift operation, a 1's and 2's complement and AND, OR and XOR
operations. However, these feature come nowhere close to the HP-16C.
|Original Pricing, Production
||Introduced 1982 (50$)
||2x small button sized cells
||Length 14.8cm, Width 7.8cm, Height 2.5cm
||The housing is very similar to the TI-55-II. See also the HP-16C which was also introduced 1982.
The keyboard is as horrible as with all the type-II LCD calculators!