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Sharp EL 501 XB


 
Make :Sharp  
Model :EL 501 XB
Category :Scientific Calculators
Price £3.15 ex VAT
£3.78 inc VAT
 
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This calculator is also available in class sets of 30 units. Ideal calculator for the junior student, the Sharp EL501XB is an easy to use which comes in a stylish gloss black / white colour. It combines 131 functions with an uncluttered keyboard making and together with a large ‘=‘ button helps students to minimise any wrong key presses.
Features
Single Line LCD display: 10 digits
• 131 Functions:
• Minimise mistakes: large ‘=‘ key
• Statistics functions: regression
• Complex Number Calculations
• N-Base: Bin, Oct, Dec, Hex
• Constant calculation
• Sturdy and hardwearing plastic keys
• Stylish and contemporary gloss black / white design
• Energy Saving : 2 x LR1130 Batteries

Customer reviews
Ekomi Review I specifically chose the model I ordered. I am happy with the order.
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Ekomi Review I am a consultant engineer. I need a calculator with a decent range of scientific functions that is quick to use. Ideally I like to carry it around in my jacket pocket and this is the only thing lacking in this model. My worn-out 40 year old Sharp EL 515S was perfect for this.\nA minor point also is that unfortunately you have to use 2nd function to access pi, a frequently used function in my case.
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