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1-Calc for Pocket PC
Posted on 18-Mar-2004 21:05 | Tags Filed under: Software

1-Calc for Pocket PC
1-Calc is a revolutionary new calculator for Windows Mobile Pocket PC. It uses big buttons you can easily hit with your finger. The buttons provide clear audible & visual feedback of being pressed. It has been designed to be your "everyday" calculator that you can quickly pick up & use for a few basic calculations.

But 1-Calc is much more than this. Using the up/down buttons on your Pocket PC or the green option button, you can quickly scroll the top 2 lines of buttons to display other functions including:

Basic Functions
The most common calculator functions at your fingertips: +, -, x, , +/-, Square Root, 1/x, %, √, √, x, x, full memory functions, x^y, !, Exp, 10^x, e^x.

Backspace to edit mistakes, brackets to frame your expressions correctly.

Scientific Functions
Full scientific calculator: sin, cos, tan, deg/rad/grad, PI, sin-1, cos-1, tan-1, sinh, cosh, tanh, log, ln, sinh-1, cosh-1, tanh-1, Dec->Deg, Deg->Dec, XY->R, Rθ->X, XY->θ, Rθ->Y, Random, nPr, nCr, Last Answer.

Useful constants for scientific calculations are also available as a group of buttons. You don't need to keep constants on a scrap of paper any more!

Currency Converter
1-Calc grabs the latest currency rates from the Internet so wherever you are, you always have the latest rates with you.

Unit Converter
A full unit converter that not only helps for the everyday conversions (e.g. km/miles, Fahrenheit/Celsius), but also for the unexpected (what's my shoe size in Europe?!?). Unit conversions include:

Distance, Temperature, Speed, Volume, Cooking, Computing, Area, Energy, Power, Mass, Force, Pressure & Clothing sizes.

Memory Banks
1-Calc has 5 different memory banks to store your last calculation, not just 1 like most usual calculators. Plus it has copy / paste buttons to allow results to be copied to / from other programs like Excel or Word.

Base converter
Quickly convert between binary, decimal, hex & oct.

Customization
Want to display all your buttons at the same time? No problem! 1-Calc can display 40 smaller buttons on 1 page, and a quick tap of the up/down button can display 80 more.

1-Calc also allows button groups to be customized so you can display just the buttons important to your everyday calculations.

Plus, 1-Calc has many different options to allow you to set up 1-Calc for how you want it:

  • Normal, fixed, scientific, engineering notation
  • Display using regional settings
  • Repeated equals
  • Cleartype support
  • Manually update currency figures

    Skinning
    Skinning (changing how the calculator looks) is an integral feature of 1-Calc. See the Omega One web site for details instructions on how to skin 1-Calc to make it look unique!


  • More information: http://www.omegaone.com...
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