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Calc-12E RPN Financial Calculator

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  • Category: Business
  • Released date: 10/22/2008
  • Current Version: 3.3.1
  • Seller: Kim Hansen
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 4481690
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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5 Stars. “I can't tell you how often I use it, probably about as much as the phone app!"
- CharlieW, President. Waterman & Company (Real Estate Investment and Development)

“This is the first 12C type calculator for the itouch that has actually made me put down my real 12C. One of the best features of this calculator is the register display where you can see what is in FV, I, PV, PMT, etc. That alone makes it worth the $14.95 price. Consider the many other features that it has over and above the real 12C and you have one sweet program here. Best of the 12C emulators out there - hands down! “
- tsinvest

[if you're wondering about the glitch reported in mid December, please click on our web site link... there's nothing wrong with the loan calculations! In fact, it highlights the usefulness of displaying the contents of the financial registers--an oft copied feature of our original Calculator12 release.]

You’re looking for a quality HP 12 C calculator replacement? Maybe one that’s been moved out of the 80’s and updated for use in the new millennium? Well, look no more because you’ve found it. Calc-12E RPN is 100% accurate and reliable for your most precise financial calculations. Lots cheaper too!

You know you should have a 12C calculator for your finance classes and you’re going to get one - just as soon as you come up with the more than $70 that you need to do so. Calc-12E works exactly like the one your instructor will be using. Well, it does improve how you set the operating modes but otherwise it's screen tap for keystroke equivalent to the original. Only better.

Maybe you work in the real estate, investment or banking field. Maybe you're buying a house or planning for retirement. You need a 12C calculator that you can trust completely, 100%, every single time you use it to do comparative investment analysis or evaluate cash flow scenarios. Thousands of satisfied customers with hundreds of thousands of hours in real-life daily use are testament to Calc-12E's mathematical foundation.

Calc-12E RPN Financial Calculator is the HP 12C replacement you want. Not only is it reliable and precise, it’s also very, very fast and portable. Calc-12E is always at your fingertips on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and it only costs a fraction of what you have to pay for the HP model.

This app arrives fully loaded with the features you need and look for in a dependable 12C calculator:
* Extremely fast, almost instantaneous
* Keystroke-by-screentap 12C emulation
* Improved cash flow entry
* Visual cash flow editing
* View 3 different cash flow scenarios, side by side
* Investment metrics computed instantly in INVEST mode
* Leasing functions built-in
* Email results in Excel compatible format
* High precision financial calculations (13 decimal points)
* Allows you to carry one less tool around
* Does everything you need (but is NOT programmable)

What the developers of Calc 12E have done is taken all the crucial features of the HP version, knocked off the 80’s dust and amped it up for the 21st century. The only thing you cannot do with this app is program it. The little beauty does everything else and it does it better and faster.

This is a professional quality application that offers "HP accurate" results to help you with your business or personal financial decisions.

Save some money, drop a gadget from your briefcase and trust the Calc-12E. It won’t let you down.

Download the Calc-12E RPN Financial Calculator now.

See a very unique feature of this App in action here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-69nSDjMCA

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