The math checks out: Braun’s iconic calculator is back

Designed by Dieter Rams, this minimalist calculator made waves when it hit stores in 1986 and the reappeared, under a different guise, as the Apple iPhone calculator. Now, however, you can own a new version of this classic calc.

Available for ?30.00 on Present & Correct, the calculator comes in white for a bit of minimalist flare. A removable cover protects the keys when not in use and it features a classy gold equals key.

While nothing beats the original black model – which you can buy here for $39.99 – this new white model pops in a way the original didn’t.

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