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HP 12C Financial Calculator
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HP 12C Financial Calculator

Item # 375196 OfficeMax # 02012137
Handles complex financial calculations with ease
  • Includes more than 120 built-in functions.
  • Features a 99-step memory capacity lets you program repetitive calculations.
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Handles complex financial calculations with ease
  • Includes more than 120 built-in functions.  Lets you calculate mortgages, balloon payments, depreciation, bond yields and more. Compute time value of money for savings, loans, leasing, amortization schedules, price and yield of bonds, cash flows, date arithmetic, depreciations and percentages.
  • Features a 99-step memory capacity lets you program repetitive calculations.  Saves time and effort.
  • Uses efficient RPN logic. 
  • Compact design — 3.14"H x 5.07"W x 0.6"D.  Batteries and a case are included.

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Item # 375196 
Manufacturer # 12C#ABA  
brand name HP
manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
model 12C
numeric memory capacity 20 numbers
number of functions 120
numerator/denominator format no
amortization function yes
cash flow function IRR; NPV
interest rate conversions yes
linear regression function yes
markup/down function no
key size medium
last digit erase no
alphanumeric display no
automatic shut-off yes
power source batteries
batteries included yes
number of lines in display 1
number of characters per line 10
case included yes
warranty length 1-yr limited
dimensions 3.14"H x 5.07"W x 0.6"D

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HP 12C Financial Calculator 4.4 5 52 54
shocked at poor quality I am a HP fan, with HP laptop and desktops, and have used an HP 12C for more than two decades. I lost my original HP12C less than a year ago and had to replace it with another HP 12C, but the new one's screen goes blank unexpectedly when imputing numbers and prints error messages when there was no error and does this so often now that it must be replaced in less than a years ownership. Unclear why HP lowered the build quality on the product that made me an HP repeat customer. I would gladly pay more for better quality. September 18, 2014
So Far So Good! After reading the many stories, and listened to those people who had used the older HP12C before, I carefully made my purchase. I agree with many of the folks who said that this was not exactly like the older models...It is true that the case was too small and therefore, it got pitched...I barely got the old case to fit the new case but this is exactly what I felt was needed. The old model that was made in Brazil was a bit heavier and the keyboard felt like a "superior" calculator! The new one is a bit cheaper and its definitely not like the new one. I have had the old since 1985 and used it regularly until recently when it died...But despite all the negatives, the new HP12C is still great! I don't know how long it will work and maybe HP will go back to the old manufacturing. I will stick this out and if I have to recommend it, I definitely would. Good luck to all of us who know the old from the new and still would make the purchase! Believe in us and stop searching because this is still one of the best financial calculators! Just Go For It! May 24, 2014
this is a great unit I used my old one for over 20 yeaaars then retired and it broke so I got a new one May 3, 2014
Calculation Corrections I've used this product for almost 20 years for financial and accounting applications and it remains as reliable as ever. For those who referenced incorrect mortgage calculations, you have your settings programmed to calculate at the 'Beginning' of the monthly billing cycle, rather than the 'End'. To change, simply press the blue 'G' key and then the #8 key (end). In your scenario, the $200,000 mortgage at 5% interest for 30 years will result in $1,069.12 if you have it set to calculate at the Beginning cycle or will result in $1,073.68 if set to calculate at the 'End' cycle. You can toggle between Beginning and End cycles by pressing the blue 'G' key then pressing 7 (for Beginning) or 8 (for Ending). March 27, 2014
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The replacement battery is a Lithium 3V Coin Type CR2032 for this HP Calculator.
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Need to be $4,000
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Hold down the "." (period) key while turning on.
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