USA - 1978

Four functions,
Sqr Root, %

" The first calculator TI manufactured with a low-power CMOS chip and a liquid crystal display (LCD). Thin as a pencil and supplied in a handy wallet folder, the Slimline TI-1030 operated for up to 3,000 hours on a pair of silver-oxide batteries. Performed four functions, percentages and square roots; weighed less than 2.5 ounces. Four-key memory with large eight-digit display. "
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