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Canon X Mark I

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Canon X Mark I

The Canon X Mark I is a calculator is part of the company’s environmentally conscious line up of calculators incorporating recycled materials into its structural components. This includes the display panel which is made from Canon Digital Camera Prism Preconsumer recycled material. Built with curves and designs similar to the PowerShot Digital cameras, the 100-percent solar-powered X Mark I has an increased memory capacity and functions such as Cost-Sell-Margin, Grand Total, Sign Chan…

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Canon X Mark I

The Canon X Mark I is a calculator is part of the company’s environmentally conscious line up of calculators incorporating recycled materials into its structural components. This includes the display panel which is made from Canon Digital Camera Prism Preconsumer recycled material. Built with curves and designs similar to the PowerShot Digital cameras, the 100-percent solar-powered X Mark I has an increased memory capacity and functions such as Cost-Sell-Margin, Grand Total, Sign Change and Backspace Key. Geared towards the home or office user the compact calculator has a low-profile keys andn is available in two colors, black and white. The Canon X Mark I retails at a suggested price of $29.99.

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The Canon X Mark I features a 12-digit display on its LCD screen with internal angled display and double injection key top. It also features an IT/PC feel key top, polished key surface, Cost-Sell-Margin function; Square root, sign change, and memory keys and also utilizes solar power source. The Canon X Mark I measures 3.75“ (W) x 6.18” (L) x .53“ (H) (95.2mm x 157mm x 13.5mm) and weighs 7.23 oz. (205g).

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