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January 10, 2010

Not-Apple Calculator — Episode 2: MOMA sells out but another door opens

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When I featured this nice piece of kit (designed by Ippei Matsumoto) in last year's Episode 1 , it was being offered by MOMA's shop for $58.

Not any more.

I had my crack research team get on the case and it only took them about 12 hours collectively to drill down and locate a new source.

From the website: "Reminiscent in look and feel of a first generation keyboard. Click the key and you will enjoy its audio and tactile-friendly character. This calculator can be connected to a computer."

Alas, PC only — no Macs need apply.

Strange, eh?

Bonus: price break, down to $54.

January 10, 2010 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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