HP 75-D with 62162A Thermal Printer
The HP 75 was an unusual device - considerably larger than HP's other calculators, and programmable in BASIC.
It had 16KB of RAM, and could store data on magnetic cards (650 bytes per direction) like the HP 65 and 67.
It's display is a 1-line LCD, and it also included a text editor, and an appointment calendar with alarms.
It originally sold for $1095.