Excerpt: I really liked the way this calculator felt when I tried it in the store and didn't realize until I got it back to the office how much it was going to take for me to get used to the location of the "0". It would seem to me that the "00" or the "000" keys should be moved over so the "0" has better placement. If I had not gotten rid of all the packaging, I might have returned it to the store and exchanged it for something else.
Excerpt: I bought the machine because I like the overall look. It's clean and sleak, with several important features I like: the date/time, tax+/tax- and the speed of the printing. There is an extra key on the 10-key part that I've never seen before ... they added a "000" key presumably to make entering thousands easier. To accomplish this, they moved the "0" key way to the left and it's VERY difficult to get used to.
Excerpt: The key for the zero should be where they placed the key for the double zero. This is totally different from any calculator I have used in the past 40 years. This slows me down a great deal when adding a series of numbers. I have to stretch my finger way over to the left to hit a zero. It slows me down and throws my hand alignment with the keys off. If you add without looking at the keyboard,then this calculator is not for you.
Excerpt: Keyboard layout is horrible. I thought that I would get used to it after a while but I'm still having difficulty. On other models I never have to look at the keys. On this model I am constantly making mistakes. Zero and double zero are in the wrong place. The triple zero, which I thought would be a great benefit, gets in the way. Also, the paper feeds back on itself.
Cons: Damages Surfaces/Materials, Paper Feeds Back On Itsel, Paper Feeds Back Onitself