DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
|The Commodore Minuteman 1
(MM.1) next to the C110 based on the Bowmar 901B.
|At first glance you'll
notice the origin of the Commodore MM.1:
Santa Clara, California.
of the MM.1
gives you a first impression of the huge Minuteman I.
of the calculator can be easily separated.
Everything feels solid and heavy with the Minuteman 1.
|Dismantling the Commodore
MM.1 reveals a big surprise:
The printed circuit board (PCB) is identical with the Bowmar 901C
calculator (right) and carries even the PM901-400/E designation.
|The dismantled Commodore
MM.1 (left) side by side with the Bowmar 901C.
Both are equipped with an original Klixon™ keyboard but only one with
the Bowmar Optostic LED display. Please notice the different switches.
supply of the Commodore Minuteman 1 is identical to the power supply of
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