| Made in
England in 1976, the 796M has a red LED (light
emitting diode) display with eight digits.
This one has its box and instructions, the
latter describing it as a Personal Mini Computer.
Uses a regular 9v battery and still works
perfectly, although you have to hold it at
just the right angle to see the display.
|| A rechargeable
portable electronic calculator made in Japan,
the 976M is a rechargeable calculator which
can also be used while connected to the mains.
It has a green, seven digit LED display. This
example also has its box and instructions
but the charger is missing and the battery
no longer holds a charge. However, it works
fine with a substitute power supply.