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CANON P20-DX DESKTOP PRINTING CALCULATOR IN BOX WITH CORD, MANUAL 

CANON P20-DX DESKTOP PRINTING CALCULATOR IN BOX WITH CORD, MANUAL
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Item condition:Used
Ended:Aug 14, 201210:38:01 PDT
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Item location:Hampton, Virginia, United States
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Description

Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.Item number: 110931923639

Item specifics

Condition:
Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully ... Read moreabout the condition
Type: Printing
Size: DesktopBrand: Canon
Key Size: RegularModel: P20-DX
Power Source: AC/BatteryMPN: P20-DX

Perfect for home office or small business, Canon P20-DX desktop model printing calculator in original box. Calculator in excellent, working condition, complete with AD-11 electrical adapter cord so it can be plugged into any regular outlet & operating manual in English, Spanish & French. Also can operate on 4 AA batteries (not included) when electrical supply not available. Uses standard 2 1/4" wide calculator/cashregister rolls of paper, sold at any office supply store. LED screen with maximum of 10 numbers per line displayed. Floating decimal, percent, memory plus & minus plus subtotal & total memory recall functions as well as all standard calculator keys & functions. Will ship parcel post or priority mail. 

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