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Commodore C110

Commodore C110
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The Commodore C110 is an arithmetic calculator with 8 digits precision and algebraic logic. It has 5 functions, 18 keys, and an LED (light-emitting diode) display, typical of calculators of this era. The power source is 6xAA sealed. The calculator was manufactured in USA. Note: Bowmar 901B; Craig 4501

Facts at a glance:

FeatureValue
TypeArithmetic
Functions5
Keys18
Precision8
LogicAlgebraic
Display typeLED
Length132mm
Width76mm
Thickness31mm
Weight320g
Power Source6xAA sealed
CountryUSA
Year introduced1971
Year discontinued1972

Replacements:

If you have a Commodore C110 that is no longer working, you can first try replacing the 6xAA sealed batteries. If that doesn't solve the problem, then you can consider replacing the calculator with a modern equivalent. We suggest the following current models as possible replacements:

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