Casio FX-795P BASIC programmable calculator

General specifications
Type BASIC programmable calculator
Production years 1987 - -
New price -
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU -
I/O Printer port, expansion port
Performance index 22
Arithmetics
Entry method BASIC expressions
Precision 12 digits
Advanced functions













Forensic result 9.000007164
Features
 









BASIC programmable calculator: Casio FX-795P
Programming
Programming model BASIC
Programming features




Program display Text
Program editing Text editor
Memory
Programming 15584 bytes
Data 15584 bytes
Secondary 0
ROM
Functions
Display
Type LCD
Size 24 characters
Dimensions
LWH 15215212 mm
Weight 170 g
Power
Batteries 2CR-2032 + 1CR-1220
External power -
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BASIC programmable calculator: Casio FX-795P



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3 Responses so far

I just picked up one of these at a thrift store for $2.00 I need to get batteries to see if it works. Came complete with manual.

Kind of neat little toy for a computer geek.

Bernie
Bernie
April 23rd, 2010
David,

I think the manufacturer will have ceased service for this model by now. My guess is that the best option is to find a similar second hand model and either use that, or switch the displays if you want to keep using your specific calculator. Bear in mind that replacing a display is not for the faint hearted. It often requires very precise soldering.

Whatever you decide to do, good luck!
webmaster
August 12th, 2009
This machine is a reliable and very usefull tool in my work, however after many years of service the LCD is now becoming defective, can you advise me as to were I can get a new LCD display for my unit as the computer itself is still in good order
david James Donovan
August 12th, 2009