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ANITA 1010

Anita 1010

Photograph courtesy of Richard Alan.

ANITA 1010

Power supply - AC mains.

Display is 10 digits, Nixie tubes.

4-function, %, rounding, uses RPN (Reverse Polish Notation).

Mainly uses transistors, but also has integrated circuits made by Marconi-Elliott Microelectronics using "MOST" (Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Transistor) technology.

265 x 335 x 172 mm (10.4" x 13.25" x 6.75").

Introduced 1969, price £320 Sterling (about US$ 760).

Made in England by Sumlock Anita Electronics Ltd, distributed by Sumlock Comptometer Ltd.

Anita 1010, inside

Looking from the rear with the cover removed, showing 10 boards with transistors which plug into a vertical board, which itself plugs into a horizontal motherboard along the bottom of the chassis.
Three other boards and the display board also plug into the motherboard.

Photograph courtesy of Richard Alan.

Anita 1010 advertisement

The advertisement above is from a period when there was a great "buy British" campaign in the UK.


If you have further information about the ANITA 1010, the development of ANITA calculators, or know of somebody who worked there, please get in touch with me.

Origins of Bell Punch Co.
Mechanical Calculator Days
National Calculating Service
Development of Anita 1
Development of Anita 2
Anita is Launched
At work with Anita
All Change at Bell Punch
Anita Developed Further
Anita at its Zenith
The Rockwell Connection
Demise of Anita & Bell Punch
Mechanical Calculators
Early Anita Desktop Calculators
Transistors & Integrated Circuits
Anita LSI Desk Calculators
Anita Hand-held Calculators
Rockwell-Anita Calculators
Calculators made by others
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Operating a Comptometer
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Anita Desk Calculators using both Transistor Logic & Integrated Circuits


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