Sharp EL2630PIII Microban Print Display CalculatorPrinting Calculators
8.3" x 11.3" x 2.2" Size - 12 Digit Display - 17 mm Digit Size - Fluorescent - 4-Key Memory - Prints 4.8 Lines/Second - AC Power Supply - White - View Complete Details
Product Number: SHREL2630PIII
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Sharp EL2630PIII Microban Print Display Calculator - Heavy-duty, printing calculator prints 4.8 lines per second in two colors. Your printouts will feature positive numbers in black and negative numbers in red on standard-size paper rolls. For easy viewing, the extra-large, blue fluorescent display features 12 digits (17.0 mm) with punctuation. Grand Total Key adds the grand total of several calculations such as the total prices x units on an invoice. Use the Average Key to find the mean" or average. Mark-Up Key performs mark-ups, cost/sell/margin calculations, percent changes, and automatic add-on/discounts. Calendar/clock function displays and prints date and time. The 4-key memory includes memory plus, memory minus, recall and clear memory keys. The deluxe commercial-quality calculator also includes floating (F) or fixed decimal (6-3-2-1-0), add (A) and constant (K) modes, item count, and round up/down/off selector. The calculator operates on AC power."
- Large 12-digit fluorescent display.
- Large 17 mm digit size for easy reading of display.
- Fast 4.8 lines per second, two-color ribbon printer.
- Clock/calendar key.
- Time/conversion calculations.
- Tax/discount rate function.
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- Attractive Design
- Peerfect For Small Office
- Very Fast Reaction Time
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Comments about Sharp EL2630PIII Microban Print Display Calculator:
Perfect for small accounting office. Any inadequacies due to my not reading the manual. I've used Sharp desk calculators since July, 1970....exclusively, back when the first Sharp digital machines replaced the Frieden/Marchant Okie Charmers (15-20 pounds) for +, -, X, /...no memory.
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