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X-Cool Calculator Looks Like a Game Controller, Plays No Games

by Paul Strauss

For our latest edition of “why? why not?” comes this basic calculator that does nothing special other than the fact that it looks like a game controller.


The X-Cool Calculator looks like something you might play some old Genesis or SNES games with, but it really just does basic math. The primitive 8-digit LCD screen is also good for spelling “800813S.” The guys over at Australia’s DealsDirect claim that the two-handed operation makes “calculating that much easier,” but I really have my doubts that you’ll be buying one of these if you have any serious equations to solve.


Want one? You can grab the X-Cool Calculator here for $12.95 (AUD), which works out to be about $11.50 (USD), which is actually a few bucks more than buying an old SNES controller, and a calculator and taping them together, a la FOTC’s camera phone.

[via NewLaunches]

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Comments (1):

  1. Sandy says:

    Fascinating stuff.hope this will work great in calculation.

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