Looking for unusual Sharp calculator

From: Irv Cantor
E-mail: ibclc@webspan.net


Sharp once made an unusual calculator for its time. It was an LCD and came in two models, one scientific and one financial. What was unusual was that the calculator was horizontally long, like a slide rule and the LCD display was one of the first dot matrix displays. You could type out a long expression or formula and press = to see the result. The case was an attractive metallic look, and also ahead of its time was its carrying case, solid plastic. Does anyone know the model numbers for these calcs and has anyone seen any for sale?

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