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|Saturday 28th February 2015||Andreas (Germany)|
Hello Debby, as far as I know resetting is done by pressing the "All reset" on the bottom with something long and thin like a pen.
|Friday 23rd January 2015||Debby (USA)|
Can anyone tell me how to reset a 1500a? Thank you~
|Tuesday 16th December 2014||Geoffrey (Sydney, Australia)|
Selling a PC-1500, may need a clean (doing that soon) but otherwise fine
|Wednesday 22nd October 2014||Mark Murray (Queensland, AUSTRALIA)|
I am a Land Surveyor and have been using the Sharp PC1500A for field calculations since 1982. My last one has finally failed an I urgently need another with the 16K extended memory module if possible Please email me if you can help.
|Wednesday 10th September 2014||Graham (South Africa)|
I have a 1500A for sale with original manuals. email me if you are interested.
|Saturday 30th November 2013||Martin Sayers (United Kingdom)|
I have one of these - a 1500A
for sale. It''s mint. with original manuals. email me if ure interested.
|Monday 4th November 2013||treddie (USA)|
I was blown away by the Radio Shack PC-1 and even more so with the PC-2, both of which I bought as soon as they came out. It is still my favorite calculator 31 years later, and I still do small test proggies on it. This little beast is what I learned assembly on, back in the day of fixed memory maps. To this day, no one has made a better pocket keyboard. The keys were placed just right and at the perfect size to work quickly. And this family of QWERTY keyboards on pocket devices made them the easiest to store variables. Simply unbeatable. I bought a spare on eBay in case my original bites the dust. Don''t want to live without it 30 years from now!
|Thursday 4th November 2010||Ugo Capeto|
oh yeah, the pc-1500 was boss back then with its graphic engine. was used in math classes to draw those nifty saddle functions in 3-d using the printer that goes along. Had the casio fx-702p and it really didn''t hold a candle to the pc-1500 (was not the same price either).
|Tuesday 28th October 2008||Frank Burgum (U.K.)|
My Sharp PC-1500 with CE-155 8KB RAM module is still in almost daily use as a calculator. I can''t remember when I last replaced the batteries: a couple of years at least. I used to have the fancy docking station with mini 4-colour pen plotter, but the novelty wore off and the extensions were consigned to the loft.
|Saturday 17th May 2008||marcos barale (buenos aires / republica argentina)|
quisiera saber como hacer para utilizar con la pc-1500 un impresor comun en lugar del ce-150 (plotter),ya que mi ce-150 se descompuso y yo utilizo varias pc-1500 para un trabajo que me resuelven perfectamente estas maquinas.
|Tuesday 5th October 2004||Marton Jakab (Hungary)|
There's a clone of this machine made by Híradástechnika Corp. in Hungary based on the Sharp license. It was dubbed "PTA-4000" and has been relatively common (well, compared to Eastern bloc IT standards, that is) in during the '80s. It was sold in a kit with the KA-160 plotter/docking station and came with a 16kB RAM modul included.
It's a fun machine. ;)