Canon brightens up home offices with a new vibrant purple calculator model

London, UK, 29 February 2016 – Canon today introduces a new edition to its LS-123K calculator range. The radiant new purple LS-123K is designed to make a bold statement and provide an easy way to inject your home office with a jolt of unexpected colour and a splash of personality.

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A colourful touch of design
The calculator’s bright purple colour is finished with a metallic coating, which adds a premium feel to any office and home interior. Alongside its stylish design, the LS-123K calculator offers a useful range of multipurpose features including a 12 digit touchpad and a large, easy to read LCD screen. Ideal for simplifying complex office calculations, it also has built-in tax functions.

Environmentally conscious calculations
The LS-123K purple edition follows the sustainable manufacturing practices of Canon’s existing LS-123K calculator range. It’s been purposely designed to minimise the impact on the environment by using a combination of solar and battery power sources, and is manufactured partially using recycled Canon materials.

LS-123K key features:

  • Stylish body design
  • 12 digits desktop
  • Built in Tax Functions
  • Grand total memory
  • Dual power (solar and battery)
  • Large LCD screen
  • Part-manufactured from Canon recycled product material
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