|Re: A visual quiz! What is it?|
Message #6 Posted by Maximilian Hohmann on 4 Apr 2009, 5:45 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Geoff Quickfall
Too late again... but a few answers to #4:
How about the Navtronic 1701 ( / T / TR) and Navtronic 16, the beautiful luminous brothers of the one in your photo, that have the unique vertical row of LEDs to prompt for input values?
And most the Ti graphing calculators (e.g. Ti73, Ti89, Voyage 200, ...) have a big "Enter" key.
Some Ti Basic calculators have it (Ti-74S)
And the asa CX-1 pathfinder has it. An Sporty's electronic E6B.
All those cheap USB-calculators that can be used as a numeric keypad for notebook computers have one (e.g. Sigma PC6012 USB, ibico 121X)
Sharp Organisers (like IQ-8100M) have big Enter keys.
These are only those that are stacking up on my desk because I haven't entered into my database yet...