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Texas Instruments TI-1795 SV Standard Function Calculator
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- Angled SuperView display for easy viewing
- Solar and Battery powered to work anywhere
- Change sign (+/-) key simplifies entry of negative numbers
- Easy keyboard operation
- Change sign (+ / -) key
- Square root key
- Solar and battery powered
- Angled display
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Update - I just got this in the mail today and FYI the style number is the same but the design has changed (see photo comparisons above, the Amazon stock photo is incorrect). The new one is bigger and rounder, about a half inch wider and longer. It's also thicker and the key pad is 'ergonomically' rounded, which makes it a longer reach for short fingers. The buttons are a little bigger and there is an extra row of three at the top (rate, tax+, tax-) that I don't need. So it will take a little getting used to, I wish it was still the smaller size, but the display is still big and easy to read and the keys are quick.
The new version of this model also features 3 new keys. [rate], [Tax+], and [Tax-].
The setting of tax rate, the +tax function, the tax- function, and the 'recall tax rate' function are nice bonus features. Many times I have customers ask 'what will be the price after tax?' and 'what is the tax rate here?'. Both of those will be very handy for those situations. Of course, it requires programming the tax rate in the first place, but that's no big deal.
Tip - in faint print above the tax+ and tax- buttons are the words "store" and "recall". That is how you set and recall the tax rates.
To set tax rate, type in the tax rate then press the tax+/store button.
E.g. if tax rate is 8.33% you will press:
8.33 [Rate] [Tax+]
To see total after tax is applied, simply key in the amount and press [Tax+]
E.g.: 110 [Tax+]
To view the tax rate that is programmed into calculator, press
If you have haggled with customer on price and want to let customer purchase item for, say, $150 after tax, key in:
150 [Tax-]. This will tell you the amount to enter into the cash register (since the cash register will add the sales tax to the ticket).
Of course, you will have to use 5/4 rounding when entering in the price that you were given when using the [Tax-]
For example, if the tax rate is 8.33% and you enter in 150 [Tax-] it will say the pre-tax amount is 138.465. You will need to put in register 138.47. This will give you a total sale amount of 150.00
For percentage calculations, you do not press the =.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Overall, a very useful household calculator. Pros: large buttons, large angled display, simple functions Cons: a bit too wide to easily pick up with one hand to move around the... Read morePublished 4 days ago by homer
I use this at work to add up patient's costs of materials with their vision insurance. This visually attractive calculator has large numbers and a clear display that, in my... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kathryn D.
Great desk calculator. I have used this style for so long. I had to purchase my own in a new position I'm in for work and stuck with the basics that I have always depended on.Published 13 days ago by A. M. Rogers
I used this item twice and it no longer works, and I have been trying to contact Amazon and I can not find a telephone number. Don't waste your money on this product.Published 22 days ago by Michael Depompo
Great little calculator. It seems I have purchased so many different brands of these little calculators and never seem to work quite how I expect. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Coffeegirl