HP10s+ Unboxing & First Look
Some Calculator Guide viewers have asked about the HP10s+ scientific calculator and I had been told that it was a good linear or line display calculator. I got myself a copy of the calculator to investigate the features and functions. This video shows the unboxing of the HP10s+ and my first imprssion of the calculator, straight out of the box.
I have had feedback from Calculator Guide viewers that they get frustrated by having to press the Casio's SD button when they get a fraction answer in the first instance, prefering a decimal solution that they can round and apply in real-life situations. This calculator promises a linear display only, with a dot matrix input and a 7 segment display for answers.
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Alternatively you could buy one at hp.com here ➜ http://tidd.ly/107f1119
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