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A terabyte on the Odhner

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Uploaded on Jul 10, 2007

Mechanical calculators are quite fun even today. This one was found at a fleamarket in a practically non functional condition. It has been disassembled completely; cleaned and oiled/greased. Now it's running almost as smooth as the day it left the factory. An absolute pleasure! :)

As an example of how to do chain multiplications I've chosen to calculate how many bytes a terabyte is. 1024 byte is a kilobyte and 1024 of those you've got a megabyte, again a gigabyte and once more, which is just within the limits of this Original-Odhner 239, you've got yourself a terabyte. Sweeet xD

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