Summary: This is a powerhouse calculator. It has an awesome color display, and it performs calculations fast. The only thing I don't like is that the keys are not backlit. One thing to note though, the calculator I got had version 1.02 of the operating system.
Summary: I had bought this calculator solely because of it's ability to do extensive matrix operations for my finite elements class. I know almost all the calculators out there can do that, but not a lot can take in programs (that have tons of matrix operations in it) written in notepad from a computer.
Excerpt: Let me begin my review on the Casio calculator was talking about the simplicity it brings. The simplicity of being able to write on a calculator as simple this is great. It is a stable calculator that sits on a table and buttons are's real simple to manipulate.
I really like the way Casio made the keyboard for this model
14 January 2015
Summary: First, the keys are large. You can press the keys and have full confidence that the right one will register. I really like the way Casio made the keyboard for this model. Second, the screen. Color is only the beginning. The display is super clear.
Summary: The first one I received was dead on arrival. The calculator is definitely pretty, with the black and brushed aluminum, but the curved key rows don't make it easy to enter data quickly. Also, I'm not a fan of everything being printed on the key faces.
Summary: Meh. If you look at it from a "power" or "capbility" viewpoint, what you're getting with this thing is just a bunch of purty colors. Big deal. Now, why do I say that? Here's why: You're paying extra, but you're STILL limited to solving 6 linear equations in 6 unknowns, just like the FX-9750GII.
Summary: I am in my mid 30's and decided to go back to school and pursue and engineering degree. Needless to say a good calculator is a must. This calculator is the envy of others in my class with a beautiful display and powerful features.