Elorg-39

Calculator
Date of appearance: 1982
Made in: USSR
Dimensions: 66.5 × 10.5 × 110 mm
Weight: 65 g
Tags: museumofsovietcalculators


Released in 1982, the Elorg-39 is an export version of Elektronika’s B3-39 calculator. Elorg stands for Elektronorgtekhnika. Although aimed at foreign markets, some of these calculators ended up in USSR shops as they were produced at the same plants as the domestic versions. The Elorg-39 has an eight-digit LCD with a yellow optical filter. The calculator was modelled on Sharp’s EL8020. The Elorg-39 ran on three STs-32 batteries.

Elorg-39
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