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HP's Tired Basic Calculator Line - Jeff - 02-09-2012

A few years ago HP introduced a new lineup of home and office calculators that looked kind of, well, ugly.

They've gotten rid of a bunch of them, but what's there now is less than inspiring.

I wonder if HP is giving up on them, or if they plan to spruce them up a little.

The scientific and financial ones are fine, but having a good shirt pocket unit is handy, as well.

http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/can.do?landing=calculator&category=Office&catLevel=1&storeName=storefronts&jumpid=in_R329_prodexp/hhoslp/psg_ipg/calculator/Home_&_office_calculators


Re: HP's Tired Basic Calculator Line - Dirk Mehldau - 02-10-2012

Hi Jeff,

For a shirt-pocket unit you may have a look at the DM-15CC (www.rpn-calc.ch or elsewhere in the forum). This is a credit card sized HP-15C clone.

Regards

Dirk

Edited: 10 Feb 2012, 1:04 a.m.


Re: HP's Tired Basic Calculator Line - Walter B - 02-10-2012

Voyagers are perfectly shirt-pocketable, and even a WP 34S will do ;-)


Re: HP's Tired Basic Calculator Line - Jeff - 02-10-2012

Thanks. Too bad they don't make a financial version of the DM-15CC!


Re: HP's Tired Basic Calculator Line - Dirk Mehldau - 02-10-2012

Walter is completely right! Nothing more to say. ;-)