Reviews and Problems with HP 35s Scientific Calculator
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4 January 2015
Summary: I've been using HP calculators since '92. For some brief period of time in the 2000s they lowered the quality of their scientific calculators (ex: HP 33s). I actually bought one of those low quality calculators and I was mad. The HP 35s puts them back on track. Greay job.
Summary: My experience with HP calculators includes using an original HP-35 some forty years ago when the model was new. It was an amazing encounter as up until that time one had to employ slide rules and books filled with tables of function values. Learning RPN was easy.
Summary: HP has a long tradition of building outstanding scientific calculators. The HP 35S continues that tradition. The operating system that controls calculator modes and menus is intuitive. The RPN system for evaluating mathematical expressions is just unbeatable.
Summary: I've used HP's since the 80's, loved the 34C and my 11C. Unfortunately lost the 34C and used the 11C for over 20 years until last week when the display couldn't take commercial travel in unpressurized baggage compartments.
Summary: This one is my favorite so far. I have bought several. The calculator is very easy to use, has lots of memory, easy to program, and provides marked improvement in the area of complex number operations compared to the hp 32sii. As a EE I really appreciate this.
Summary: The keys on this calculator are horrible and start to malfunction within 4 months of owning it. They require too much pressure and do not hold up to constant use. I cannot rely of the results that I get. I have to double check (sometimes triple check ) my results.