A smart choice for small business owners, the Casio HR-200RC is capable of performing cost, sell, and margin analysis. It allows you to look for errors by scrolling through entries, and then make corrections before printing.
- Professional looking keypad
- Weighs just one pound
- Takes up a lot of desk space
With a font that is several times bigger than similar models, the Victor 1310 is a smart choice for the elderly. It prints at an impressive speed of six lines per second, and utilizes red and green to differentiate between positive and negative numbers.
- Can also print regular-sized type
- Uses thermal paper
- Runs on ac power only
The Sharp EL-1901 is something of an oxymoron, as it bills itself as a “paperless printing calculator.” This means it “prints” onto an LCD screen, rather than a physical roll of paper, which is great for tech savvy users, but may be impractical for others.
- No consumables to replenish
- Stores up to 300 entries
- Not intuitive to use
Helping to minimize errors, the Casio HR-10RC can check and correct up to 150 steps, and an “after print” function allows you to obtain a corrected version after edits have been made. Its streamlined design means it won’t take up much space on your desktop.
- Generates multiple copies
- Easy to operate
- Quite loud when in use
The Canon MP11DX-2 is a compact, high-speed, number-crunching machine with a built-in clock and calendar that make it a snap to view or print the time and date. A useful detachable pen holder is included as an additional tool.
- Accuracy-check function
- Currency conversion switch
- Instructions are confusing
At a rate of two lines per second, the Catiga Commercial generates blue and red type that accentuates numbers for easy viewing. It features large, sturdy plastic buttons that help minimize typing errors, and is available in a handful of fun colors like teal and purple.
- Can calculate profit margins
- Replaceable ink roller
- The keys can stick
Designed with accuracy and speed in mind, the Casio DR-210R features a user-friendly layout with wide, easily-distinguishable keys. The display screen is angled for comfortable viewing, and a handy quick-correction button allows for swift edits.
- Acts as a cash register
- Ac adapter included
- Somewhat heavy at over three pounds
Canon P23 DHV-3
The Canon P23 DHV-3 has a higher-than-average paper slot, making it easy to load without jamming your fingers. A practical double-check function allows you to view separate inputs alongside each other, with discrepancies marked in red.
- Can perform tax calculations
- Shuts off automatically
- Good price for all the features
The Casio HR-100TM is equipped with a key-operations storage bank, which minimizes the chance of losing your work due to a mistype. A convenient LCD features large, easy-to-read numbers, perfect for those with vision problems.
- Prints black and red ink
- Layout designed to reduce errors
- Helpful for home taxes
The Sharp EL-1197 offers a multi-key independent memory and a fast speed of just over four lines per second, making it perfect for daily office use. Its antimicrobial properties help to reduce bacterial growth, odors, and gradual discoloration.
- Good for calculating payroll
- One-touch average function
- Nonslip rubber pads