Temporarily out of stock. Usually ships in Early July.
But that's not all. This calculator reads each key you press, as well as each answer, in genuine human speech. Honestly, this is the easiest-to-understand calculator we've ever seen. With the touch of a button your answer is read out either in whole numbers (seven hundred 5) or digit by digit (seven zero five) handy if you're copying down numbers to balance your checkbook. It even has a talking alarm clock, and of course a memory you can use to store numbers for later recall.
Naturally, we've saved the best for last. Next to the sliding volume control of your new Deluxe Desktop Calculator, you'll find a headphone jack. Now, you can run calculations without disturbing others. Handy if you work at night, necessary in a quiet office environment and critical in a crowded classroom, being able to use a calculator in headphones is both polite and convenient. This calculator runs on 2 AA batteries, which are not included.
Measures about 7 in. by 7 in. by 2 in.
Package Weight: about 14.1 ounces.
Directions for the Deluxe Talking Calculator From Future Aids, The Braille Superstore.
From left to right, the buttons along the top of the calculator are: Mem+, Mem-, MemRecall, MemClear, Enter, and Alarm.
To set the time, first press Clock, which is located directly below Mem+. The current time is spoken.
Now, Press Mem- to enter the time-setting function.
Punch in the current time, such as 0230 for 2:30, and press Enter to select AM or PM.
Finally, hit MemClear to confirm, and a beep is heard.
To set the alarm, press Clock, then MemRecall. After that, simply follow the above instructions for entering the desired time.
To toggle the alarm on or off, simply press the Alarm button, located at the top-right of the keypad.
(From the Math and Measuring shelf.)