Interesting idea for a calculator (non-HP, non-RPN)



#6

Mind you, this is just your basic $10 desk calculator, but it DOES have a very interesting twist to it. I can see this would be very useful if you were routinely calculating numbers and showing people the results. Anyhow, check it out:

Interesting calculator

Thanks,

Bruce


#7

Good idea for tourist markets throughout the world. Wherever the buyer doesn't understand the language of the seller and the seller doesn't speak the language of the buyer :)

#8

Cool. You can get "ShELL.01L" without having to turn it upside down!

Sorry. : )

Don


#9

Quote:
Cool. You can get "ShELL.01L" without having to turn it upside down!

Or 80085!

Dave.

#10

Neat.

And it took how many decades for someone to finally think of such a thing on a desk calc?!

Dave.


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