Texas Instruments TI1795 Angled SuperView Calculator, Gray

26 reviews - By: Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments TI1795 Angled SuperView Calculator, Gray
MSRP : $15

Sale : $9.1
Sold & shipped by Walmart
Classic mini-desktop calculator is ideal for home, office or retail with big keys and a giant SuperView display. Well-spaced keyboard features large, contoured keys for easy operation. The eight-digit LCD is angled for easy viewing. Change sign key simplifies entry of negative numbers. Functions include three-key memory, auto constant, square root, percent key and variable decimal. Calculator runs on solar and battery power to work anywhere.Texas Instruments TI1795 Angled SuperView Calculator, Gray, 1 Each (Quantity)
8-digit, angled LCD for easy viewingUseful functions: 3-key memory, change sign, auto constant, square root, percent key and variable decimalRuns on solar and battery powerWell-spaced keyboard with large contoured keys

CoffeeTime

The Real Thing

I had been looking for a calculator to replace my older Texas Instruments 1706 hand held calculator, which after years of good service, gave out. I bought this mini desktop in addition to the new 1706 to replace an older mini off brand desktop of my mothers. So much for history. Bottom line is, I could not find an inexpensive calculator that has commas after the numbers rather than apostrophes, i.e. 1,000 as opposed to 1'000. If you don't believe me, pick up a Casio brand and see for yourself. The calculator in review: A very good small calculator with simple, easy to use functions. I would buy one again, and would most definitely recommend this one to anyone who just wants to calculate basic math.

Blue01

The Real Thing

Not as described - size listed is 7"x6.75" Actual size is 5"x4.5"

grandmapawprint

handy desk tool

easy to press numbers makes this calculator very handy to have on a desk. Not too big. I only wanted a basic calculator so this one fits the bill.

OnSecondThought59

Good basic calculator

I have used many basic TI calculators over the years, and this one performs as expected. I was very pleased with my TI 1795+ for many years, but seem to have mis-placed it, so I ordered the TI 1795SV. I tend to hold it in my hand when I work and it's a bit wider than I would like, but it still has a feature that I really like...it uses commas, instead of astericks, to separate thousands and millions. I also noticed that the rounded side edges make it a bit slippery to pick up at times, so that may take some getting used to. Still, I prefer to spend a few more $ for this one, than any of the others that I have seen.

Grannyat

So Happy to find this calculator again!

I've had this exact calculator for over 25 years and I have been very happy with it. Unfortutnatly, the last time I spilled my coffee on it was the last straw. I couldn't clean it up enough for it to function any longer. So I was ecstatic to find it's twin at Walmart. It's the perfect size for my desk, the numbers are a good size and it does everything I need it to do, and then some. I highly recommend this Texas Instruments calculator.