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 YEAR: 1967
 COMPANY: ISEC Corporation
 COUNTRY: USA
 IN OUR COLLECTION: Yes
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ISEC 250 Wood box

 

Custom wooden case designed to hold the ISEC 250 analog computer. The case measures 17.5 x 9 x 10 inches. The computer that it was designed for measured 16.5 x 7 x 9 inches.

We have only the custom case, not the computer...at least not yet.

The ISEC 250 computer was a single purpose computer...it was designed to assess the risk involved in buying and selling stocks. The Wall Street analyst would enter the latest information on a particular stock along with current market trends and the computer would figure out an answer. The computer had a dial that showed that stock was either a HIGH RISK (in red) or a LOW RISK (in green) or somewhere in between. The ISEC 250 was preloaded with information on over 2,000 stocks.

For more information, see the user manual here.






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