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A tabletop reckoner.

My Reckoner

A shot showing the inside of a home-built gaming reckoner. You can see all the main bits from a reckoner: 1. Mains brick; 2. Main chip cooler (heatsink and blowers - the main chip is hidden behind it); 3. I/O (Input/Output); 4. Blower; 5. Motherboard; 6. Sight board (video board); 7. Loude board; 8. Dish drive; 9. Mind sticks; 10. Floppy Drive; 11. Hard Drive; 12. Housing

Reckoners are man-made tools whose goal is to reckon faster and thus do a lot of handy and helpful things with this quick reckoning. They span from small hand reckoners (for more onefold reckonings) to tabletop and laptop reckoners found in many homes and businesses to mickle reckoners at the foreground of high-end reckoning. Reckoners deal with many things, like reckoning, oversetting, and film game playing. Many reckoners can be draughted to handle many chores.

Reckoners work by taking knowledge (input), and then reading it to make new knowledge (output). Although tools for reckoning have been handled by mankind throughout much of its yore, reckoners that do many other chores by reckoning are a new brainchild. Therefore, new-time reckoners are not much alike early reckoners. The first can reckon a thrisand times every tick. Most folks today handle self reckoners at home and/or work. Reckoners do many jobs where they can self-work, like handling wagons, stoplights, sheltering setups, washers, and streamboxes.

A reckoner handler can steer it by tolls such as keyboards, mice, switches, and touch screens.