The 1977 Pulsar Calculator Watch
Automatic daylight savings adjustment.Electro-luminescent backlight.1/100 second stopwatch.Auto-repeating countdown timer.4 "multi-function alarms" which means each alarm can have a differentdate associated with it in addition to just a time, and 1 snooze alarm whichrepeats every five minutes until disabled. You can associate an 8 character notewith each alarm, as well, to remind you why it's going off.Dual-layer LCD for multi-mode display.Accuracy of +/- 15 seconds per month. (The Pulsar actually has the Casio beaton this one!)2 year battery life.If the original engineers of the Pulsar Calculator watch are reading this article,please don't think that I am in any way criticizing your work. The Pulsar CalculatorWatch was, and still is, an amazing piece of technology, and frankly, I'd loveto own one myself. I just like comparing yesterday's timepieces with today's tokeep me excited about what I'll be playing with tomorrow.Now let's compare the Pulsar to a standard, modern day, $50 Casio calculatorwatch (EDB610D-8C Data Bank): 8 digit calculator.Auto calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2039).e-Data Memory which allows you to store 50 "pages" of password protected data(63 characters per page).Telememo Memory which allows you to store 300 names and phone numbers (8 charactersfor the name, 12 digits for the number).2-color display (blue and black).World time (26 time zones in 100 cities).