ANITA Hand-held Calculators
ANITA 841 & minitron 841
Display is 8 digits, red LED.
4.5v (3x AA batteries).
69 mm x 118 mm x 24 mm (2.8" x 4.7" x 1").
Sumlock Comptometer Ltd., England
Circuit board of this example stamped 10 MAR 1975.
The rear aluminium cover slides up to replace the batteries.
There is an operating manual for this machine in the Operating Manuals & Leaflets section.
Box for the ANITA 841 "Slide Rule" calculator.
Here the circuit boards have been removed from the casing.
The rear of the circuit board.
This is a version of the ANITA 841 manufactured in Yugoslavia by the company Electronic Industry (Ei) Nis.
As mentioned by John Sparkes on the page The Demise of Anita & Bell Punch, around 1976 Rockwell decided to exit the calculator market and "an electronics company was founded in Nis, Yugoslavia, which was interested in buying both the design and the production facilities of our hand-held calculators".
Anita Hand-held Calculators
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