Posted 21 June 2005 - 11:29 AM
i will have to buy,sooner or later, a new grafic calculator
now have 9950Gb+...
most ppl in my university is buying Texas Voyager 200,but it is a bit expensive and lookin at casio homepage saw Classpad
after a little search,found out that is a lot less expensive that voyager... will it still fit for engineering stuff? Estatic,Material resistence 1/2 ...
saw also HP 49G+,but are giving very keyboard problems
ah, and what is the processor especification ?
thanks for your opinion
Posted 21 June 2005 - 12:47 PM
The Classpad is very poor for engineering.
Posted 21 June 2005 - 12:54 PM
I think HP is a better choice, although the keyboard problems. Besides all the capacities it also can handle SD cards up 512 MB, this means you can put all the existing software in a card and have it available in the calc at any time. I will also buy another calc and my choice goes to HP, but V200 is also a great calc. You should compare them and see what fits you.
Any doubt or question, you can put it here and i'm sure that people around here will answer your questions.
Posted 21 June 2005 - 02:22 PM
HP seems a great machine, and with SD cards
but many ppl have that keyboard problems have to see better. HP has lots of programs for engineering
too bad that Classpad doesn't feet
will continue with my 9950Gb for a while (more), have to see better
one question, what's the better way to solve 3equations with 3 incognits (unknow letters) ?
and it's possible to use for example a unknown letter like VA ?
(A is force, Splited in VA and HA )
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