Re: OT: 28S prices



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Agree - a very cool calculator, sporting a crisp, three-line display that is totally awesome. Wish they had kept that display in later models. A good chunk of memory and RPL rounded out a truly amazing package. I was very fortunate to find a mint-condition 28s for $50 at (of all places) a Goodwill store. Every once in a while, you get lucky.


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