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    HP 50g Graphing Calculator
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    HP 50g Graphing Calculator

    Item # 641610 OfficeMax # 22682241
    HP's most powerful new graphing calculator
    • 2.5MB total memory gives you extra capability to solve complex problems.
    • 131 x 80 pixel display for viewing calculations and graphs.
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    HP's most powerful new graphing calculator
    • 2.5MB total memory gives you extra capability to solve complex problems.  Includes 512KB RAM plus 2MB flash ROM.
    • 131 x 80 pixel display for viewing calculations and graphs.  The large, high-contrast display offers adjustable type size.
    • Large equation library and over 2,300 built-in functions help simplify your calculations.  Powerful tools include HP Solve, structured programming and Computer Algebra System. Built-in lessons and step-by-step problem solving provide help when you need it.
    • Choose between 3 data-entry modes: RPN, algebraic and textbook.  Choose the input mode that works best for you.
    • Intelligent editor lets you cut, paste and copy objects.  Plus, it allows you to isolate and evaluate sub-expressions.
    • Built in serial and USB ports to transfer data easily and flexibly.  There is also an SD card slot for expanding memory capacity, and includes card-formatting functions.

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    Item # 641610 
    Manufacturer # HEW50G  
    brand name HP
    manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
    model 50g
    memory 512 KB
    display size 9 line x 33 characters
    alphanumeric display yes
    key size small
    menus-prompts yes
    trigonometry functions yes
    hyperbolic functions yes
    logarithm functions yes
    statistical functions yes
    regression analysis yes
    forecasting function yes
    matrix functions yes
    calculus functions yes
    polynomial roots yes
    equation solving yes
    unit conversions yes
    boolean logic yes
    three-D plots yes
    color graphing no
    split screens yes
    automatic shut-off yes
    power source AAA batteries
    battery type alkaline AAA
    number of batteries required 4
    batteries included yes
    color Black
    warranty length 1-yr limited
    postconsumer recycled content 0%
    total recycled content 0%

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    HP 50g Graphing Calculator 4.1 5 45 49
    Yet again, lagging behind First off, I own several HP calculators: * HP 35 * HP 12c * HP 48g * HP 49g * HP 49g+ * HP 50g I also own the TI-85, TI-89 and a couple of graphic/scientific Casio calculators. The Good: It's a full-featured CAS calculator. The build quality is outstanding, and the tactile feedback of the buttons is great. The Bad: The screen resolution is 131x80. The TI-89 has a resolution of 160x100. The HP pixels per inch hasn't changed on this calculator since the HP 48 was released in 1990, which means the plots look just as bad as they did 25 years ago. The operating manual for this calculator sucks. Pressing the buttons is a touch on the loud side, which would be noticeable on an exam by other students. The Ugly: It comes shipped with a 203 MHz processor and 512 KB of RAM, no touch interface, and the 3rd party application support is horrendous. I love the HP calculators, and will continue owning them, mostly for collection reasons. But the technology is stuck in the '90s. I suspect this is mostly due to ACT and SAT college entrance exams, preventing sophisticated calculating devices on the exams. Regardless, my smartphone can run a full blown CAS, taking advantage of the 1.4 GHz quad core processor and 2 GB of RAM. Even a cheap iPod touch can run circles around these calculators, doing everything they can do, and so much more. Because of these staggering limitations of the calculator, I can't give it more than 2 stars, and that's being generous. August 8, 2014
    Better than the 49 & 48 This replaces a 49G that just died one day. The case is more solid than the 49 and the key response is better than the 49 and similar to the 48. Also adds some bells and whistles. March 19, 2014
    Installation Disk Problems The connection from the usb port to my hp dv7 laptop running Windows 8.1 fails from the installation disk provided. I now have to spend time 1) trying to figure out how to get tech support for an hp calculator, and 2) how to get past the installation failure. I am recommending the product in the event that I am the only one having this problem. December 6, 2013
    Best calculator on the planet The people who give the HP 50g bad press are probably school children or college students that do not intend to go far in math. Any 4-banger will do for you guys. The HP 50g is not really made for school children. It is an engineer's and mathematicians dream! I teach math, and the schools are absolutely ruled by Texas Instruments. I'd give up every TI I own (about 25 models) if I had to, to keep the 50g. And, in a few more weeks, the HP Prime will be out and it will be even better. Keep playing with your TI's...the HP 50g is for professionals. August 1, 2013
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