Summary: This is an excellent calculator for personal accounting: balancing checkbooks, checking financial statements, and working with similar kinds of lists of figures. The review and correction functions are indispensable. Once you learn the functions, the calculator's features become a matter of course. I wouldn't choose to return to a standard non-step/non-correction calculator. This product and worth the ~$12.00 price. Now to find a smaller model for going mobile.
Summary: I liked this calculator. It does basic calculations well. Solar powered with a battery back up. I really could not rate it highly enough. If I was in the market for another calculator I would probably buy this one although if I was in the market for another calculator then it would probably be because this one has broken and so I would maybe want to buy something more reliable.... Anyway you get the idea. For me it was a great purchase and I have no complaints!
Summary: The calculator was perfect for use during a tax class I was taking; the ability to review the input makes for a nice substitute for an adding machine tape. The calculator's larger size also makes for quicker more accurate entry. On the negative side, the keys do seem to be too loose, which makes the calculator seem a bit cheap and also makes for an annoying clacking noise.
Summary: Our billing and collections specialist needed a calculator larger than the palm-sized units, but not so large that it would take up a huge portion of the desktop...this item fit the bill perfectly!
Summary: Compucessory oversized solar calculator is lightweight, portable and easy-to-use. The angled jumbo display and large buttons are nice, especially for someone who may have vision impairment and/or less-than-agile fingers. I especially like having the option to adjust the decimal position. Set at "add 2" for currency, it will automatically place a decimal point before the last two digits of each entry.
Summary: This calculator is easy to use. No more aiming at dinky keys and they work smoothly. The lifted display helps not only to see the number, but to find and grab it which counts when you are lifting and putting it down at odd times. Kudos for running off a REGULAR BATTERY(No odd ball "go to the store" thing) and solar. Interesting useful feature being able to review what you put in after it's computed.
Summary: This type of calculator has been impossible to find. I had a Texas Instrument REPLAY calculator many years ago. When if failed I was told they no longer produced them. What is important to me is the ease of a recording calculator without that roll of paper (looks like toilet paper mini) hanging off of the top AND testing agencies allow this calculator because it doesn't make the noise the paper type calculators make.