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#1 akuzmicich

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Posted 04 June 2021 - 03:46 AM

I made a video about the amazing AI-1000 pocket computer from 1989 that supports the Lisp programming language.

 

 

There are also some other videos on my stream about other Casio calculators and pocket computers.



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Posted 05 June 2021 - 03:36 PM

Wonderful review, I never knew about this minicomputer before. CASIO could have produced good calculators, but instead they produced primitive calculators without a sound speaker, without some important OS functions, and even without string variables (until 2009). The new CASIO fx-9750giii calculator, even together with Pithon and CAS, loses to the Ti-200voyage calculator from 2002 in all parameters (except speed and size). This video once again confirms the fact that in products for mass consumption, we will constantly observe a deliberate reduction in potential opportunities and the use of outdated technologies from 20 years ago.

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Posted 11 June 2021 - 04:32 PM

I`ve watched all your calculator videos. Very boring. In the MK-61, you inserted dead batteries, and the entire video showed dots on the display. In the rest of the reviews, it was very uninteresting and stupid. It looks like you are not a professional calculator user. If the car has problems with the gearbox, then we will tell everyone about the leather seats in the cabin and about the high-quality buttons on the dashboard.

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Posted 27 June 2021 - 02:59 AM

> In the rest of the reviews, it was very uninteresting and stupid. It looks like you are not a professional calculator user.

One of the things I've learnt about YouTube is quite impossible to make videos that appeal to everyone. I am happy to take constructive feedback though. What would make the videos more interesting or less stupid to you?

I do use calculators for my work but I am mostly a collector though and interested in documenting the devices for historical sake.

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Posted 29 June 2021 - 05:05 PM

It would be interesting to look at the calculator case from different sides, see the battery compartment and connectors for connecting. Instead of long monologues, I would like to see a calculator in the dynamic solution of various tasks (this requires good preparatory work before the release of the video). You can disassemble the calculator to show us its internal structure. Even without your videos, anyone will find this information on other resources.

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Posted 30 June 2021 - 02:16 AM

Yeah other people have requested I show componentry. I can will try it for ones that are easy to take apart.

Not sure about detailed examples of use - I've tried that a bit and found people just stop watching the video at those points.

Most of my content is available via other resources - that's true. It's hard to say totally original about these devices - and that isn't the really the goal. Like other I try to package up info in an easily -consumed format, try to pick the most interesting facts and put my own spin on it.

Thanks for the feedback.

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Posted 30 June 2021 - 03:28 PM

In any case, I welcome your videos. Do not pay attention to my harsh assessments, they are absolutely subjective.

Not sure about detailed examples of use - I`ve tried that a bit and found people just stop watching the video at those points.

People like exciting shows, and not sit in the library and study boring reference manuals. "fx-602P vs fx-6300G" (to demonstrate progress in budget calculators) or "CASIO fx-9750G+ 4. 3_MHz wins against hp-50G 75_MHz" (there are also exist some examples) - such videos, for example.




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