This Numberless Calculator Requires You To Knock On Wood

There's not a single college in the country that will let you use this wooden calculator during an exam. And it's not because it can be used for cheating. It has more to do with the fact that instead of pressing number buttons, you have to tap out your amounts on its wooden surface, and it will in turn tap out an audible response.

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Not to mention, since Khalil Klouche actually designed the Knock Knock calculator for kids, it's lacking any operations more complicated than basic arithmetic. So while it won't improve a child's grasp of exponents or algebra, it will certainly do wonders for their counting skills. [Khalil Klouche via CreativeApplications]

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"...since Khalil Klouche actually designed the Knock Knock calculator for kids, it's lacking any operations more complicated than basic arithmetic."

Very creative way to word that.

I'm suspecting it went more like this:

"I've got this cool idea for a hipster calculator!"

"yeah, cool, but how are you going to do square roots and tangents and things?"

"Damn. That's probably impossible."

"That's alright, market it to kids instead of hipsters!"

"Thanks - that is genius!"

"No, you are the genius, your idea."

"Thank you!"

"No, thank you."

"Here, let me buy youa PBR."

"Thanks. Cheapest marketing advice ever."

"No prob, bro."