Summary: My old HP48GX finally died and I had to find a replacement. I just received my new HP Prime Graphing Calculator today and my initial impression is great. I liked the RPN and functionality of the model 48 and was delighted to find that this unit gave me the option for RPN data entry.
Summary: Great calculator and easy to read display. I like the selectable RPN function. Built in programs are, in my case, of limited use, but nice to have. Easy to program and high quality enclosure. Keys feel nice and have an audible feedback. Makes the math for electronics design easier.
Summary: I am so pleased with this calculator. It does everything I want it to, and was less expensive than the graphing calculator with 20-year old technology I had to buy for my daughter for her math class. Graphing functions is blazing fast and the layout of the keys is great.
Summary: This calculator is exceptionally easy and intuitive to use for any student, engineer or scientist. I did not have to use the user manual (on CD) at all to use this calculator. The only thing I would add is easy access to unit conversions without going through nested menus.
Maddy Love - A Minnesota Trans-Atheist Podcast Host "James Randi Fan", Amazon
26 June 2015
Summary: Adult going back to college to finish up a degree, needed to take college algebra / precalc as a prerequisite for a chemistry class. This calculator saved my life. Need to solve for x in a quadratic equation? This calculator will solve for x including solving for complex numbers.
Summary: Nice screen, excellent display. It is good intermediate tool. Doing multiple integrals causes the calculator to freeze up; cannot turn it off; have to push the reset button. Things like TI TINSPIRE and Casio FX CP400 are far superior !!!!