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HP Prime Graphing Calculator w/CAS V2 $109.99

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  • BestBuy.com and HP.com list the price as $149.99 and it is currently $129.99 on Amazon.
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  • This model is comparable to the TI-Nspire CX CAS version but has a touchscreen.
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wonder if this is better then one on my phone
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I had one in college and am surprised they still exist.
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A smartphone has replaced so many things. Pretty amazing even if you think of it everyday.
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wonder if this is better then one on my phone
I have no idea why your comment was down-voted. A modern smartphone (even sub-modern) should be more than capable of masquerading as a graphing calculator.
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Apple should come out with an iCalculator. It would be so innovative!! Then in the year 2020 you will be able to make calls from your calculator.
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I had one in college and am surprised they still exist.
High Schools still require a graphing calculators and don't allow phones so you have to buy one at some point. Luckily they don't require the newest models or anything. I still have my TI-85 from school that I passed on to my son to use. Hope he enjoys his early inheritance.
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Rpn! Rpn! Rpn!
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Rpn! Rpn! Rpn!
RPN is better. I wish it was more prevalent.
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RPN is better. I wish it was more prevalent.
Once you get used to it the operation and the way it teaches you to read is awesome. Unfortunately most cannot handle it...
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Amazed that these things still cost as much as they do.
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wonder if this is better then one on my phone
"Better" comes down to personal preference. IMO phone apps are convenient in a bind, however, they become tedious to use for extended periods. I still prefer standalone calculators when I'm in the office or at home.

That said, this is a good deal and would be most appealing for a student since professors/teachers do not allow the use of phones in lieu of calculators (for obvious reasons).
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Rpn! Rpn! Rpn!
Are these still RPN?
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wonder if this is better then one on my phone
Last time I checked (a few years ago) not a chance in hell. Phones have the hardware, but no app I tried was as well thought out as my hp.

Some stuff is better, and the uis are often more intuitive, but as log as you know how to do what you want to do, I'd say these commercial calculators are much much much better.
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HP 49g+ and 50g has better RPN system than this. HP prime is targeted to students not professionals.
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