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First transistor radio announced

First transistor radio announced

18 October, 1954

The first transistor radio was announced by Texas Instruments on 18th October 1954. The first company to make an entire transistor radio in-house was the Japanese electronic giant Sony. Their TR-55 had 5 transistors and printed circuit boards. Sony sold their first transistor radio on 7th August 1955.

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