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9.5 out of 10

HP Prime Graphing Calculator

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Overall 10
10

Slick Calculator

Amazon Customer "model maker", Amazon
5 days ago
  • Summary: A great calculator...takes some time to get familiar enough to actually use it. The manual is a big help.
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Overall 2
2.0

One Star

Christian Arias, Amazon
2 weeks ago
  • Summary: It stop working and warranty expire, an expensive piece of junk
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Overall 10
10

Amazing calculator. Still a little buggy

Ashaen Patel, Amazon
2 weeks ago
  • Summary: Amazing calculator. Still a little buggy, but is not a big problem and the battery life is great. Lasts about two weeks between charges.
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Overall 10
10

Five Stars

Florangel O., Amazon
2 weeks ago
Overall 10
10

Five Stars

NASER, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Overall 6
6.0

To little to soon?

Lindstrom Morten, Amazon
2 weeks ago
  • Summary: A nice upgrade from the 50g, and for my use it has more functions easier accessed There are only 2 "flaws" for my use: 1) The color they chose to use for "shift" functions, a light Cyan color, well - perhaps my vision is not the best anymore, but it is Very hard to read that color on the white/grey keys 2) Build materials It is plastic all the way, I wish HP could use some real aluminum or something - It would add to the weight, but now it is so light, that the 50g is...
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Overall 8
8.0

I like the Prime's "app/view" paradigm over the "document" paradigm found ...

Mike Beddo, Amazon
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I own both the Prime and the nSpire. I like the Prime's "app/view" paradigm over the "document" paradigm found with the nSpire. My students tell me that the Prime is easier to use. I know it took me a long time to do anything interesting on the nSpire - lots of features hidden in menus and submenus. I also much prefer the key layout/feel over the nSpire. I've had the nSpire for a few years, but even now I still hate the layout of the A, B, C, ...
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Overall 10
10

Great calculator, and affordable too

stormhatesthunder, Amazon
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I love the ease of use of this calculator. The visuals are so much better than the usual TI-83/84, and the touchscreen is great. Color plots are great, and although you can pan plots with touch and change cursor locations, I wish you could also pinch to zoom plots. Maybe that will come in an update.
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Overall 10
10

I absolutely love the old HP's with RPN and RPL

Mark D. Schnittman "mschnit", Amazon
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I am an old school HP calculator user. I own a 15c, 28s, 35s, and a 50g. My 15c and 28s are made in the USA! I have previously owned a TI Voyage 200, which is an old high - end TI, with a full keyboard, large LCD, graphing, full programability, and CAS. I absolutely love the old HP's with RPN and RPL, but the new calculators have PC connectivity, more RAM, CAS, and backlit displays. I have been unable to find a calculator that blended the best of the old with the new.
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Overall 6
6.0

HP Tech support deemed it severely flawed (Bill Hewlett would never allow bad product out the door)

Keith Simon, Amazon
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: My HP 12c is 31 years old and still flawless. So I, rightly so, bought another HP. The first one did not function properly, HP Tech support deemed it severely flawed (Bill Hewlett would never allow bad product out the door). It was replaced immediately ( great customer service), and the replacement had to be reset after 2 uses. It appears to be functioning fine now. Time will tell...
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