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Commodore 9/9 Adding Machine


cbm/cbmcalcs/cbmcalc217.gif Commodore 217 Adding Machine With foreign competition having beaten Commodore out of the Typewriter business, Commodore turned to the relatively new adding machine market in the 1960s. Also here is the Commodore 217 Adding machine (left) and 202 Adding Machine (right). The model 207 is below (left), the US*121P is below (right), and its slimmer cousin the US*151P is below (center).

cbm/cbmcalcs/cbmcalc208.gif Commodore 208 Adding Machine

cbm/cbmcalcs/cbmcalc202.gif Commodore 202 Adding Machine Japanese competition would eventually undercut and drive them from this market as well, leading to Commodore President Jack Tramiel taking a trip to Japan to see what was going on. When he came back, Commodore changed direction (not for the first or last time) and began producing hand-held calculators.

cbm/cbmcalcs/cbmcalc207.gif Commodore 207 Adding Machine

cbm/cbmcalcs/cbmcalcus151p.gif Commodore US*151P Adding Machine cbm/cbmcalcs/cbmcalcus121p.gif Commodore UD*121P Adding Machine





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