CPAs and others who are constantly fighting with numbers will appreciate this Mouse Pad that also works as a 10-digit calculator that includes M+, M-, MRC calculation and has an on/off switch when only the pad is needed. It will light up in the wee small hours of the morning and can be used as a USB 1.1 port hub. The device will work by LR44 battery (included) or 5V adapter (not included) and has a price of $17.99.
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Here’s another double-duty hub. The 2.0 USB 3-Port Hub comes with a calculator. It also has a built-in thermometer, a 12/24 hour World Clock, a calendar, an alarm, timer, and time announce. The device supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista and, at a size of 180 x 99 x 22mm and a weight of 149g, the hub comes with its own cable at a price of $19.00. Now that we think about it, it is more like quadruple-duty.
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Avid readers of this site know there’s an endless amount of nutty USB-related gadgets out there. But here’s one that’s actually handy, in the office or on a business trip. The QMemory USB Card Disk with Calculator is pretty self-explanatory: it’s a wallet-ready 256MB flash card—that’s also a solar-powered calculator! It even includes security software to protect your files. No batteries, chargers or software required. Although we think 256MB is way too small in this day and age, we love it’s functionality and price of $15 USD. You can also order them in bulk, with your company’s logo.
Why take the chance of losing your calculator when you can wear it? This is the perfect Christmas present for your CPA, bank teller, or anyone else that manages to make your finances come out on the positive side. Made of chrome, the device fits most belt sizes and can be used upside down on occasions when want to let everyone know that you still remember how to write words with the digital gadget. The buckle is available for $9.99 at Be Wild, a company that supplies them for bikers, goth folks, and those that have enough guts to wear LEDs across their midriffs.
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If you’re a laptop-carrying number-cruncher on the road a lot, you probably long for your desktop computer’s numeric pad. Well, we’ve found a peripheral for you. It’s the EZKey, a two-button scroll mouse - that is, until its plastic casing is flipped up. At that point, it becomes a numeric keypad, perfect for all your arithmetic needs. Looks a tad bulky, and frankly, we’re not convinced it’s ergonimcally-correct. But sometimes it’s all about convenience, right? The EZKey is not available yet and there’s no word on pricing, but we think it’s a gadget worth keeping an eye on.
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