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1950s - 1960s Electrically driven, full-keyboard calculator with automatic, high-speed multiplication and division. Plus Adder 1950s - 1960s Minimalist abbreviated-keyboard key-driven calculator. Madas 1950s - 1960s Electrically driven, full-keyboard stepped-gear calculator with automatic multiplication and division.What was the price of $100 in 1960?
$100 in 1960 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $922.31 today, an increase of $822.31 over 61 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.71% per year between 1960 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 822.31%.When was the first electronic calculator invented?
The first electronic calculators emerged in the 1960s, but were large and heavy because they... The first calculators were abacuses, followed by the slide rule (invented by William Oughtred in 1622), and then mechanical calculators in the 1900s.When did the calculator take over the world?
By then, electronics were beginning to take over, as we shall see in the next part of this series. The story of the electronic calculator really begins in the late 1930s as the world began to prepare for renewed war.