Reviews and Problems with HP Prime Graphing Calculator
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HP Prime is a very good calculator
Tran Minh Triet, Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: HP Prime is new compared to HP 50G. In fact the Prime evolved from HP 39g series instead of 49-50g series. If you have used HP 39g family before, you can easily operate Prime. If you have been a fan of HP 49-50g family, you may find Prime is a new easier-to-learn platform.
Amazing fast calc, does Algebraic, Text book, and RPN.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I really missed having an RPN Calc. This thing is amazing! Test drive the free PC emulator for the Prime. The real one plots every bit as fast. My only wish is that having it in RPN mode didn't affect spreadsheet formula entry so much.
Wow, has H-P lost their mojo with advanced calculators ...
22 October 2015
Summary: Wow, has H-P lost their mojo with advanced calculators. Main complaint is that this model, as with many of their graphing calculators, requires too many keystrokes to arrive at answers, especially units conversion.
Summary: I've used texas instruments calculators before for math classes but HP prime leaves then all in the dust. Fast, sleek, and pre programed with every thing you'll need for high level math to engineering and physics. I love the touch screen for duplicating formulas.
Summary: Honestly, if it weren't for exams and the like, I would never buy these things. tools like gnuplot are significantly more useful than any graphing window and various libs like sympy have all the CAS features you could want for computation.