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OT: Does anyone have the new Casio Classpad fx-CP400? - Eddie W. Shore - 08-16-2013

(OT): I am wondering if anyone is able to get the new Classpad - and thoughts?


Re: OT: Does anyone have the new Casio Classpad fx-CP400? - Namir - 08-16-2013

So far Amazon is not selling it yet. I keep checking online. I saw two auction on eBay from Portugal selling it European prices. I'd wait for Amazon to start selling. Casio USA seems to be behind schedule ... maybe they are still trying to recover from the HP Prime :-)

Namir


Re: OT: Does anyone have the new Casio Classpad fx-CP400? - debrouxl - 08-19-2013

The fx-CP400 is available at some French retailers, for instance, but at very high price tags.

FYI, the main hardware characteristics (CPU power, amount of RAM, amount of Flash) of the '2013 fx-CP400 are below '2007 Nspire Clickpad / '2010 Nspire Touchpad, and therefore even further below '2011 Nspire CX and '2013 HP Prime...


Re: OT: Does anyone have the new Casio Classpad fx-CP400? - Adrien Bertrand - 08-19-2013

TI-Planet has written a review of the Classpad II CP400, here :
http://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=12690

However, it's in French. Bing/Google translate may be good enough.


(Edit : oops, wrong post reply - sorry)


Edited: 19 Aug 2013, 9:37 p.m.


Re: OT: Does anyone have the new Casio Classpad fx-CP400? - Eddie W. Shore - 08-20-2013

Quote:
TI-Planet has written a review of the Classpad II CP400, here :
http://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=12690

However, it's in French. Bing/Google translate may be good enough.

(Edit : oops, wrong post reply - sorry)


Thanks! The rotating touch screen is intriguing. Minimalist keyboard like its predecessor.