ANITA Desk Calculators using both Transistor Logic & Integrated Circuits
ANITA 1011P with the cover over the printer removed.
The printer mechanism appears to be the pioneering Epson EP-101.
Photograph courtesy of Roland Huisman at http://technischmuseum.nl
Power supply - AC mains.
4-function, %, storage, (Reverse Polish Notation).
Made in England by Sumlock Anita Electronics Ltd, distributed by Sumlock Comptometer Ltd.
For some users, accountants for example, a permanent print of a calculation and its result was required. Early electronic calculators with printers were something of a rarity, and nine years after the introduction of the first ANITA electronic calculator this was the first ANITA with a printer. Though previously the company had filled this gap in its products by marketing the Wanderer Conti model which was manufactured in Germany by the Wanderer company.
Advertisement for the ANITA 1011P from January 1971.
Anita Desk Calculators using both Transistor Logic & Integrated Circuits
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