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circa 1980 Casio with clock, similar to fx-8100
12-13-2018, 07:20 PM
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RE: circa 1980 Casio with clock, similar to fx-8100
(12-12-2018 10:06 PM)burkhard Wrote:  Casio had their "Melody" series (ML-80, ML-81, ML-75, maybe more) which combined a clock with

Thanks; yes, I looked at those, and also the game ones, which were superficially similar, but they didn't ring a bell either.

As 15-ish-year-olds doing Maths 'O'-Level [actually, -Grade in Scotland, i.e. GCSE] we'd definitely have needed scientific calculators, and I doubt we had money for two Smile

(12-13-2018 04:28 AM)Joe Horn Wrote:  Both models are time only. So they don't have the Y2K bug. Big Grin

Ah!


I'm thinking that I must be referring to the fx-8100, but I seem to remember both a taller screen, and a physical switch for time/calc, neither of which that (or any other Casio I've seen) has. Ah well.

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