Hi,

This is my first post after some time lurking in the forum. I don't know if the subject really belongs here, but this is the most learned calculator forum around and I'm really intrigued by this Canon calculator currently (and rarely) sold in Europe,

http://www.canon-europe.com/For_Home/Product_Finder/Calculators/Scientific/F_788dx/

Specs (got them somewhere),

10+2 digits Mantissa + Exponent, Double line LCD with 12-character dot matrix, Screen size: 63 x 22 mm, Memory: 1 = 20 store and recall memories, Battery: CR2032 x 1; General Calculations: 24 levels of parenthesis, Trigonometric Calculations, Coordinate Conversion, Factorial, Combination, Permutation, Fraction, Complex, 170 metric conversions, Statistics Calculations; 79 scientific constants, 9 engineering values, Last digit corrections, Last answer recall, Multiple replay; Total functions: 497 functions including calculus calculations and matrix vector calculation, Size: 155 x 80 x 14.5 mm (without cover), 158 x 84 x 18 mm (with cover), Colour: Dark gray, white; Protective hard cover, Auto-power Off: 7 min with memory protection while Power-Off

There is very little information on the web (besides some Romanian reviewer that claims it has some kind of CAS... Sounds strange for a calculator under 18£ (at Amazon UK)). I've been looking for the Kinpo model (I suppose it's a Kinpo, am I wrong?).

Any information would be appreciated (Maybe any owner out there?)

Regards