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The ultimate graphing calculator for surveying, engineering, math and science professionals and students is even better. The new HP 50g graphing calculator features an SD card slot with formatting functions, RPN, Algebraic and Textbook data entry, the largest high-contrast screen with more usable space than ever, serial port and USB and connectivity. Plus, HP Solve, structured programming and Computer Algebra System (CAS).
Hewlett Packard 50g Graphing Calculator
$84.11 - $290.78
pros: RPN, programmabiltiy, solid construction, better than anything Texas instruments has ever made
cons: Battery life, user manual
Great calculator, buy it now and ditch the weak TI products
During an early circuits lecture the instructor offhand mentioned that a way to tell the difference... See Full Review
pros: good contrast and resolution screen, fairly easy to use, SD slot, intuitive units/CAS system
cons: CHEAP plastic, buttons are slightly stiff
HP-50g, a High School Journey
I bought and used a Texas Instrument TI-89titanium before I bought this. It... See Full Review
pros: Does what I need it to, although it feels more awkward than the old 48G
cons: Eats batteries, slower than before.
I kinda want my 48G back
My first graphing calculator was an HP 48G I purchased in high school. It worked nicely, and I sat d... See Full Review
pros: Powerful! Intuitive. The best calculator available for a serious student or professional
cons: A small learning curve moving from TI. Nice but bulky carrying case.
TI fan won over by HP!
I have been a die-hard TI fan since the early 1990's. I am a student and professional engineer and I... See Full Review
pros: Powerful HP. Nothing better. Period.
cons: HP has decided to borrow from Casio in a few areas.
A mixed bag, but still an HP
A few weeks ago my trusty HP48SX, which has served faithfully for 16 years, vanished. And so it was... See Full Review