HP-32S II Expansion



#2

Being that the HP-32S II is the better unit than the 35s or 33s, what do you suggest for enhancing its programming and memory potential despite its limited memory?


#3

What you see is what you get. :-)

#4

Get a 34S :)

- Pauli


#5

Quote:
Get a 34S :)

+1. Same overcharged keyboard but more readable and a more powerful unit :-)


#6

Quote:


+1. Same overcharged keyboard but more readable and a more powerful unit :-)


I remember a poll at the beginning of the WP 34S project where people prefered "overcharged keyboards" - compare the HP-32S and the HP-32SII.

d;-)

#7

Quote:


+1. Same overcharged keyboard but more readable and a more powerful unit :-)


"overcharged keyboard"? I'm showing my ignorance here, what does that mean?


#8

This appears to be a direct translation of "clavier surchargé", that is, a keyboard overloaded with functions (this makes quite sense to me). A "cluttered keyboard", as you say in English.


#9

Clavier surchargé me conviens très bien. :)


#10

:-) Corresponds well to "überladene Tastatur" in German.

d:-)

#11

Get yourself a second unit to double memory and speed! ;-)

I was fortunate enough to get a free Indonesian 32SII to backup my Singapore model. Hopefully at least one of them lasts longer than my interest and needs in pocket calculators.

#12

I hate to be the village idiot, but how is the HP-32SII a better machine than the 33s and 35s (aside from the layout design maybe)????

Namir


#13

Namir, "better" is always in the eye of the beholder, of course, but I think many see the Kimpo-produced 33s, with its chevron key layout design (which never bothered me personally), and the 35s, with its multiple uncorrected bugs, as somewhat inferior to the last scientific calculator produced by the "real" HP, the 32sii. I enjoy programming the 32sii; I can't really say the same for the other two.

In the same way, I think the 17b and 17bii are superior to the 17bii+, principally due to the solver.


#14

Ok ... you have a point!

#15

Learn and apply shortcuts of RPN. That's all I got.


#16

Yes. I see your point.


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  The HP Prime saga - Part II Michael de Estrada 21 901 11-30-2013, 01:04 PM
Last Post: Michael de Estrada
  Joys of eBay: HP-32S, HP-32SII, HP-42S, HP-16C, ... Sasu Mattila 7 349 09-23-2013, 04:39 PM
Last Post: Julián Miranda (Spain)
  HP 32s LCD part Trisnadi Sutrisno 2 208 08-27-2013, 02:12 PM
Last Post: Han
  Classpad II fx-CP400 emulator Namir 0 185 07-07-2013, 08:07 AM
Last Post: Namir
  HP 32S-II Vertical Curve Program Ron Cardwell 2 232 05-20-2013, 07:54 AM
Last Post: Thomas Klemm
  [WP 34s] Taylor Series expansion Valentin Albillo 3 208 01-20-2013, 03:17 PM
Last Post: Thomas Klemm
  HP-32S/33S/35S emulator with Stack Overflow sensing/Stack display x34 3 240 10-26-2012, 04:56 PM
Last Post: x34
  HP-39g II Acquistion Matt Agajanian 54 1,892 07-21-2012, 02:31 AM
Last Post: Gilles Carpentier
  Closest thing to a 42S-II Matt Agajanian 17 733 06-27-2012, 01:00 PM
Last Post: Matt Agajanian
  HP-41CV System II aj04062 1 189 06-22-2012, 08:49 PM
Last Post: Allen

Forum Jump: