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“Scientific Calculator”

published 08/07/2007

AdvantagesEasy to use, reliable, batteries last AGES!

DisadvantagesNo solar panel to back up batteries

...I first got this calculator when I was 13 or 14 years old. Our maths teacher told us we needed a scientific calculator and although I already had one, it was different to the one the teacher had. The teacher told us we could buy one through school and this way we would all have the same calculator. Normally it wouldn?t bother me if I was different but in this instance I wanted one the same, as...

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Not for me

AdvantagesNo sharp edges, easy to push keys, dual power, large desktop style, good customer services

DisadvantagesPathetic power, lack of visual clarity on screen - not worth £2

...buttons, basic functions and no worries of how it is handled. Touch screens have still to improve on spongy keys in my experience, especially when pushing single numbers. I decided on buying a calculator for quick emergencies and at the time of purchase whilst out shopping at my local Morrisons supermarket, I found the Morrisons Desktop Calculator being sold at just £2 amongst premium priced...

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AdvantagesBasic so simple to use


...easily. The calculator was available in pink, blue and black so I bought the pink one because it's bright and I love the colour pink. The black one looks a lot more professional but that wasn't a concern for me, I bought the pink one because I liked it the best. The calculator is sold as a desktop calculator but it's not large so can be held easily in the hand. The display is clear and tilted...

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