Balancing your checkbook or converting to meters to feet just got a bit more high tech thanks to the Talking Calculator. And yes, as the name implies this calculator talks!
The Talking Calculator's dual-display system is a step above your everyday go-to calculator in that Talking Calculator lets you simultaneously see both the equation you have entered and its corresponding answer just below. This feature alone will help keep the muddles away. Scared of conversions? With this very simple calculator, you are one click away to converting with ease.
But the Talking Calculator's stand-out feature is that it can talk to you. This is especially helpful for anyone who wants to make sure that all numbers are accounted for in a long list of numbers. This talking feature also allows you to input your numbers without having to look at the monitor; just enter your numbers and the Talking Calculator will let you know which numbers you are inputting as you go. This feature is very helpful for the visually impaired.
The Talking Calculator is much like your standard calculator but with obvious benefits: a simple, easy-to-use interface; dual-displays; easy conversions; and a nifty talking feature. If you find yourself working with a lot of numbers on a regular basis, or have a visual impairment, then the Talking Calculator may offer just what you need to do the computing you need to do!
Talking Calculator is designed to be a simple, easy to use calculator, much like a desk calculator which you use everyday for simple calculations, from totting up expenses to converting miles to kilometers. Being on your PC however, you can benefit from many improvements such as a history list and being able to cut and paste numbers between applications.
As the name suggests though, Talking Calculator's main feature is the ability to talk to you. The idea behind it is to make simple calculating tasks much more convenient and efficient. If you've ever toiled away on a calculator for any period of time, you may well find it tiring and tedious to continually read and write down numbers from the calculator display. This can also lead to mistakes being made. It's always easier and less prone to human error to have someone read the numbers out for you. Also, keyboard shortcuts have been added for voice recognition compatibility, at the request of a paralyzed user.