Can someone tell me why Casio refuses to implement power-off memory protection in their simple two-line scientific calculators?
I have the fx-115ms and the fx-3950P, both terrific two-line calculators but when they time-out and auto turn-off after a few minutes of non-use my calculation history is lost!
Of my Sharp two-line calcs, only my Sharp EL-506R has memory safeguard, and of course all TI's have this memory safeguard too.
What is Casio's reason for leaving out this very important feature?
Edited by Lonewolf, 26 November 2015 - 09:54 PM.