|Production started :||June 1957|
|Production Ended :||September 1959|
|Original Price :||485,000 Yen|
|Dimension||1080 × 780 × 445 mm|
|Type of calculator||Desk|
|No of digits||14|
|Category||Desk sized calculator|
|Memory||3 groups of 5 component digits|
|Technology||342 Relays calculator|
Display consists of a table comprising 14 columns of 10 digits (from 0 to 9). The display of the result is then made by illuminating a figure by column. The comma is posted by a small luminous point on the bottom of the columns.
|The keyboard of the 14-A has a 10 numbers keypad and was the first calculator of not having a complete set of ten numbers keys.
Moreover, it has a single bill-poster as well showing the seizure as the result, and not three bill-posters showing the two seized numbers and the result, as was common in this time. The single bill-poster, who will become current, is revolutionary for the time and is one of the reasons of the compactness of the computer/calculator.
|The name 14-A indicates that the computer has a capacity of 14 digits and that it is the first product, from where the first letter of the alphabet.