Reviews and Problems with HP 50g Graphing Calculator
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Oldie, but goodie
physics jock, Amazon
14 March 2015
Summary: There is a saying "Some things should never change." This calculator is an wonderful example. Pros: Released back in 2006, it is an oldie, but goodie. 3d graphing, best fit regression, probability density functions, confidence intervals, complex matrices, fast fourier transforms, taylor polynomials,...
Summary: The Pros: * An impressive calculator, especially for its price. * The most functions I've seen (2,500 I think), with plenty of others synthesisable. * USB cable to connect to the computer. * Provides a Flash (non-volatile memory) storage area with about 677 Kb initially free.
Summary: Being an HP user since 1975, I was glad to get another since my 48 started acting up. I love the calculator except for one big change in key placement. Why did the 'enter' key move to where TI puts their equal key? My finger automatically moves to the old location.
Summary: Most people shopping for this will most likely be comparing it to the TI-89. Having used both now, I can say there are plenty of differences, but neither is better than the other. Pros: Inexpensive, Equation Writer, RPN Cons: Unintuitive in some areas, less support, shorter battery life Overall, the...
Summary: I have owned HP calculators for many years now, my first, an HP41, purchased in 1980. My present calculator, an HP48 had failed, or so I thought, so I bemoaned the fact that I would need a replacement and I heard a rumor that HP calculators were not what they used to be.