
#1
Feb1112, 08:42 PM

P: 48

I need a new calculator as a replacement for my (now deceased) beloved HP 32Sii. What would be the next best thing?




#2
Feb1112, 09:13 PM

P: 9

That calculator was introduced in 1991
It all depends on what you plan on doing with it, but I love my Casio FX115ES. And if you want something that can graph, TINspire's are nice. I don't like doing calculations on it though, because of the key arrangement. Or you can just use WolframAlpha Also, don't forget about this: http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=473931 



#3
Mar2812, 05:15 PM

P: 403

The HP35s is the natural substitute : RPN, scientific, programable, about same size, two lines of display, priced at US$60 .




#4
Mar2912, 12:30 AM

Admin
P: 8,542

Substitution for HP 32Sii
Good reviews on Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/HPF2215AAABA...2998986&sr=81 


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