Sharp PC-1150 BASIC programmable calculator

General specifications
Type BASIC programmable calculator
Production years 1987 - -
New price -
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU 4-bit CMOS
I/O -
Performance index 0
Arithmetics
Entry method BASIC expressions
Precision 12 digits
Advanced functions













Forensic result -
Features
 









BASIC programmable calculator: Sharp PC-1150
Programming
Programming model BASIC
Programming features




Program display Text
Program editing Text editor
Memory
Programming 10 kB
Data 9470 bytes
Secondary
ROM 20 kB
Functions
Display
Type LCD
Size 16 characters
Dimensions
LWH 1357011 mm
Weight 85 g
Power
Batteries 2CR2032
External power 6VDC
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Description


The PC-1150 is a BASIC programmable device, but doubles as a data bank. It has features to store names and telephone numbers and even spreadsheets (tabular data with calculations). How this should all be used in user-friendly mode using only a single line of text is beyond me.

The PC-1150 can run BASIC programs made for the PC-1246, PC-1246S, PC-1247 and PC-1248 with only minimal adjustments.
The PC-1150 is derived from the PC-1140 (more memory).

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BASIC programmable calculator: Sharp PC-1150



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