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CNMP23DHVG

Canon P23-DHV G Palm Printing Calculator

12 Character(s) - LCD - AC Supply, Battery Powered - 2.3" x 6.4" x 8.5" - White

Reg. Price $69.99

Our Price $27.98 EachEach

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12-digit LCD; prints 2.3 lps in 2 colors (Purple + / Red -)
Includes profit margin calculation, time calculation and tax calculation
Features rounding, sign change, item count, memory, and decimal positions (add, 0, 2, 3, floating)
Runs on AC/DC power (includes AC adapter); low-battery indicator; automatic shutoff
50% post-consumer material
  • Additional Info
SKU
CNMP23DHVG
Manufacturer
Canon, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
P23DHVG
Brand Name
Canon
Product Model
P23-DHV-G
Product Type
Printing Calculator
Color
White
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Weight (Approximate)
1.00 lb
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
RoHS
Green Compliant
Yes
Recycled
No
Print Speed
2.3lps
Power Source
Battery

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    What type/size of paper to use
    Asked on 10/5/2016 by John from 49534

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      2.25" X 150 ft.
      SKU: BSN31820

      Answered on 10/7/2016 by Terry from LDStaff
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Canon P23-DHV G Palm Printing Calculator
 
5.0

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5.0

As a tax preparer I find very usefull and accurant

By dave

from ri

About Me Casual User

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Pros

  • Adequate Capabilities
  • Attractive Design
  • Clear Display
  • Compact Size
  • Easy To Use
  • Long Battery Life
  • Quality Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Office Work

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