Desktop display calculator features a super large, easy-to-read, 12-digit tilt liquid crystal display (LCD). Cost-sell-margin keys allow you to solve CSM problems quickly and easily. Simply enter two variables, and the third appears. Other functions include three-key independent memory, tax rate keys, tax +/- keys, percent key, six decimal settings, round up/down feature, automatic constants, change sign key and backspace key. Calculator runs on solar power with battery backup.
Victor 1190 Calculator
This review is from: 1190 Executive Desktop Calculator, 12-Digit LCD
Pros: Layout, portable (compared to other desktop models, decimal point adjustment.
Cons: It is unreliable. I work as an auditor and I need to foot several numbers at once. I often don't look at the calculator while typing in numbers, and it seems that the keys are not responsive enough. It will often miss a quick hit on a key. Infact, I totaled 15 large numbers 5 times before receiving the same number twice. I had to be extra concious to check to make sure the calculator picked up the keystroke.
Other Thoughts: I like everything about this calculator, but I have to severly impair the grade of it because an unreliable calculator is almost useless. This would be a great way to do simple calculations, but the more keystrokes needed the more likely it is the calculator will miss one and throw off the entire total.
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