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The RIM Inter@ctive two-way pager was Research in Motion's (RIM) entrance into the mobile communication devices market. It was introduced in 1996.

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Rapidman 804 electronic hand-held calculator manufactured by Rapid Data Systems & Equipment Ltd. of Toronto in the early 1970s (released in 1973).Basic Specifications: numeric capacity: 8-digit display with constant calculation functions: 4…

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Rapidman 802 electronic hand-held calculator manufactured by Rapid Data Systems & Equipment Ltd. in the early 1970s (released in 1973).

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Rapid Data Systems and Equipment Ltd. promotional brochures.
Holdings: Rapidman 8001, 8004, 8008, 812, 824, 1212, 1220; Rapid Printer 2000, 2001,

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Exceltronix catalogs.
Holdings: Fall 1982/83, Spring 1983, Fall 1983, Spring 1984, Fall 1984, Spring 1985, Spring 1986, 1987, and Summer 1989.

Founded in 1979, Exceltronix was one of the largest and popular electronics stores of the 1980s in…

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The Multiflex Super System was a Canadian-made, low-cost computer system sold by Exceltronix of Toronto. It consisted of a motherboard designed around the S100-bus with a plug in Z80 CPU board and two keypads of 16 keys each. Using a monitor…

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Commodore VIC-20 was one of the most popular and influential home computers of the early 1980s. A variety of games and educational programs were written by Commodore Business Machines, Canada.

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Commodore Business Machines desktop calculator released in 1971. It was designed and manufactured by Omron Tateishi Electronic Co.

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Commodore Business Machines desktop calculator released in 1969 and manufactured in Japan.

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Artwork created for the Screaming Tomato BBS operated by Mistigris computer art group (1994—1998) founded in Vancouver BC.
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