Cédric Walter | Oct 8, 2020 | 0
Hewlett Packard Forever
I am a long user of HP calculator, in fact since 1991 and I have still kept my HP48GX with my license of MetaKernel 3.0 (paid 120 FF or 18€). I like the RPN way of doing thing, and I was lightning fast doing math thinking in my head like a RISC processor would do, small steps with limited operations, and a lot of intermediary results. I bought four calculator in the past 2 months: a HP48Gx , two HP 10 Business and a 20S scientific for a total of 5 euros!!! tripling my collection size. My section concerning the HP calculator is outdated but still online.
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