Is your calculator lacking pizzazz and attitude? It's taken only a few decades, but now that button-filled desktop companion can finally stand up. This robot calculator only has the bare minimum math functions (add, subtract, multiply, divide), but it doesn't care because excessive features and other complicated math functions (seriously, what kind of cubicle dweller really needs COS/SIN/TAN?) are overrated.
Where the robot calculator does succeed is functionality. It includes a white LED light, two claw hands, six movable joints, a memo holder and a magnet to hold your favorite Dilbert cartoon. It is available for $15 from ThinkGeek