On the official "hpcomputers" Youtube account, there's now a marketing clip of the HP Prime calculator
The 3.5" multi-touch color screen is mentioned, and we can also see the alpha keys superposed to other keys (like on the TI-Z80, TI-68k and many other models from other manufacturers), as well as a battery :bj:
However, no information about the CPU, RAM and storage room - which are the pieces of information of highest interest to me, as they truly are what defines a platform
Through functionalities such as dynamic geometry, and specific students mention, we can see that the calculator is much more students-oriented than many other HP calculator models.
Speaking on my own, I think that the alpha keys superposed with other keys are much more convenient than the Nspire keyboards' two sets of keys and their tiny keys - even with long, thin fingers.
Looks like, from the clip and image, that those who indicated that its screen resolution and CPU / memory characteristics were the same as the 50g's, didn't have access to the correct pieces of information.
Anyway, this calculator technically makes HP calculators much closer to the state of the art in the matter of calculators, or even define said state of the art
Of course, this calculator is unlikely to be cheap, but all calculators are too expensive for the limited functionality they provide. Earlier today, I read once again about a platform much closer to its real price: a $12 phone: http://www.bunniestu...om/blog/?p=3040 ...
We'll see what TI does with the CX Premium
Sibling topics: http://tiplanet.org/...t=11613&lang=en , http://www.omnimaga....p?topic=16151.0
Hp Prime - Hps Touchscreen Color Calc
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Posted 19 April 2013 - 01:17 PM
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Posted 19 April 2013 - 07:23 PM
Its gonna suck to have to learn a new programming languadge for it...
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