I suggest you to buy an old palm pda for maybe $20-30 and find advance
calculator program for it. There's some advance calc with programming
language and graphics in palm OS. As a bonus, you get an organizer too.
Just googling first and make sure you find the software first before
you buy the pda.
On Aug 16, 2009, at 6:48 AM, "slim_the_dude"
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>>>> I am in the market for a new graphing calculator, but would hate
>>>> to pay $100 for the TI-83 plus which hasn't changed in years.
>>>> Would anyone else like to see another brand, like HP or Sharp,
>>>> come out with a similar, more affordable graphing calculator??
>>> It's been my experience that HP calculators are good whatever you
>>> might need. It has a good programming language called RPL. I found
>>> that RPN is easier to work with than Algebraic notation. I have an
>>> HP50g model now. The manuals aren't in book form and needs to be
>>> proof corrected. You can find the manual at smendes.com/hp50g.pdf
>>> I bought mine for $150 and if you can afford that, I think you'll
>>> be satisfied with your choice.
>> Thanks Jason... It's not some much about being able to afford it...
>> I just have a hard time believing any calculator is worth $100+!!
> Indeed, these days you can get a full fledged desktop computer for
> less than $400.
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