A Look Back: Wizard Pocket Calculator

First introduced in the May, 1960 issue of Popular Science, the Wizard Pocket Calculator was more than just a number cruncher, it featured a 200 year perpetual calculator and even a memo pad — made with enduring Korium Steel working parts. It adds and subtracts with amazing speed up to ONE BILLION—and never, but never makes […]

First introduced in the May, 1960 issue of Popular Science, the Wizard Pocket Calculator was more than just a number cruncher, it featured a 200 year perpetual calculator and even a memo pad — made with enduring Korium Steel working parts. It adds and subtracts with amazing speed up to ONE BILLION—and never, but never makes a mistake! it’s the only calculator in the entire world with a fitted MAGIC RECKONER for instant multiplication and division—without pencil or paper. The 1960 Model also has a Perpetual Calendar for finding the date, weekday and month of any year from I960 to 2160.

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