#Repost @nightliquid_retro.inc with @repostapp ・・・ When introduced in August 1972 the Casio Personal Mini had a very low and competitive price, below US$100.00. This was achieved by limiting the display to 6 digits, using fluorescent tubes (then cheaper than LED displays), and manufacturing in very large volumes. It was thought that most Japanese users would use the calculator for currency calculations and would be happy with a calculator that could calculate with whole numbers to ¥999,999. The Casio Mini has no floating point and lacks a decimal point key, so you cannot enter numbers with decimal points.

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