hp's and pda's



#2

I'm trying a pocketPC version of the 15c, and its pretty nice.

I wish a 32sii or 42s "upright" emulator was avail, as I'm REALLY trained on these (ie. fast hands).
Anyway,

Since compilers are within reach for pda's, I'm just considering, as an engineering student..

1. pocket excel spreadsheets for frequently used routines.
2. e-version of RPN (just HAVE to have rpn)
3. create custom code on my laptop and download to carry around.

It adds up to a tiny (and REPLACEABLE) tool...that I can carry in my back pocket and beat up on...any thoughts?


#3

It ocurred to me that the PDA may be disputed during examinations...

Ok, that's out.


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