Welcome to my calculator museum!

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An old picture of my collection, it has since more than doubled.

Welcome! My name is Ethan, I'm a mechanical engineering student from New Brunswick, Canada, and for some reason I've dedicated far too much of my free time to buying, restoring/repairing, and generally collecting calculators. Initially my interests lied mainly with Texas Instruments graphing calculators, but that quickly devolved into buying any calculator I thought looked interesting. Currently my main collecting goal is to collect every board and case revision of the TI-83 and 83 plus. However, I havent made that easy on myself since I've arbitrarily limited myself to buying calculators locally through thrift stores, Facebook, kijiji, etc., I just think its more fun that way. Typically I only buy online if it's something that would be next to impossible to find elsewhere, for example, one of my collection crown jewels, my TI nSpire CAS+ prototype. Anyways, enough rambling, my entire collection is catalogued here on this website, thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy looking around.



I got around to getting some of my back log added to the website a bit sooner than I expected. 8 new entries were added in this update (those entries being PS-6200, Radio Shack TRS-80 PC-4, Radio Shack TRS-80 Aviation, Radio Shack TRS-80 PC-1 cassette interface, MB-4A, Sun Hemmi 341 3526, Sun Hemmi 341 3215, and Sun Hemmi NO.1762) and some minor formattting things were updated. This brings the total number of entries on this website is up to 104! There are 10 calculators I have left to add as well as 2 vintage home computers that I would like to put up on here somewhere. All of the remaining ones need to be cleaned up or repaired, so their entries will most likely be pretty slow going up. Hopefully these few new entries will satiate the many many ravenous fans of this website for the time being. Anyways, thanks for taking a look, hope you enjoy the website.