HP-Prime photo - Printable Version +- HP Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum) +-- Forum: HP Museum Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum-1.html) +--- Forum: Old HP Forum Archives (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum-2.html) +--- Thread: HP-Prime photo (/thread-243630.html) HP-Prime photo - critor - 05-16-2013 Here's a private photo of the HP-Prime taken at the NTCM we were sent today: Sorry about the blur. Edited: 16 May 2013, 1:12 p.m. Re: HP-Prime photo - Michael Kussmaul - 05-17-2013 Nice - any information on the dimensions? I was wondering how thick/thin this thing is. Re: HP-Prime photo - Mic - 05-17-2013 Picture of a much more recent version : http://www.calc-bank.com/index.php?mod=news&ac=commentaires&id=1934 Re: HP-Prime photo - Steve Simpkin - 05-17-2013 Quote: Nice - any information on the dimensions? I was wondering how thick/thin this thing is. I believe Tim mentioned it was approximately 10mm thick (really thin if true!). From extrapolation the width and height appear to be similar to the HP 39gII (9.4cm x 18.7cm). Re: HP-Prime photo - Matt Agajanian - 05-17-2013 From the looks of it, this is an Algebraic OS or, is there an RPL setting somewhere? Re: HP-Prime photo - Steve Simpkin - 05-17-2013 Logic is Algebraic or RPL You don't think they would waste a double width Enter key on an algebraic-only calc :) Programming is similar to the HP39gII (not RPL) Re: HP-Prime photo - Walter B - 05-18-2013 Quote: I believe Tim mentioned it was approximately 10mm thick (really thin if true!). I can confirm that. Quote: From extrapolation the width and height appear to be similar to the HP 39gII (9.4cm x 18.7cm). = battleship dimensions d:-( Re: HP-Prime photo - BD - 05-18-2013 The key colors remind me of Howard Johnson's restaurants: Re: HP-Prime photo - bhtooefr - 05-18-2013 As I understand, there's an RPN mode, but here's what we don't know: We don't know how deep the stack is We don't know how integrated the stack will be with everything else - for instance, if I want to run a program, will I have to run the program as Progname(Arg1,Arg2,Arg3), or do I put Arg1, Arg2, and Arg3 on the stack and run Progname like on an RPL machine? We don't know how similar to RPL it is re: objects being on the stack (but, given that the 39gII does support objects in its "algebraic stack" (which does behave like an RPL machine in algebraic mode, IIRC), I'd guess that it is fairly similar in that regard, but I think programs will be their own different thing, and the CAS/numeric split will cause some behavior changes there, too, I think) For that matter, we don't even know for sure if it's Entry RPN or behaves like Classical RPN as far as number entry goes (but I'd be highly surprised if it were Classical) Re: HP-Prime photo - Ángel Martin - 05-20-2013 And do we know it hasn't SD storage card??