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HP HP50G Graphing Calculator

The HP50G is HP's most powerful graphing calculator and comes with over 2300 built-in functions. Large dynamic high contrast display with 131 x 80 pixels. Problem solving is easy with the on-board CAS program(Computer Algebra System). Massive 2.5 MB total memory with 512 KB of user RAM plus SD card slot for further expansion. HP 'Solve' allows you to write, solve and save equations, also includes over 300 built in equations and graphs.
Manufacturer: HP
SKU: 882780502291
£146.00 excl vat
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  • The HP50G is HP's most powerful graphing calculator and comes with over 2300 built-in functions
  • Large dynamic high contrast display with 131 x 80 pixels
  • Problem solving is easy with the on-board CAS program(Computer Algebra System)
  • Massive 2.5 MB total memory with 512 KB of user RAM plus SD card slot for further expansion
  • HP 'Solve' allows you to write, solve and save equations, also includes over 300 built in equations and graphs

Product reviews

14/04/2021 10:33
Ekomi Review
The HP 50G is brand new, works perfectly, neat packaging.  
The delivery took a long time due to customs process (from UK to Belgium).
Very happy with this HP!  This is not the latest and fastest HP programmable calculator, HP stopped production in 2015 !
The HP Prime model is currently the most powerful one (with color, touch screen, amazing speed and algebric system), BUT ...this 50G is the latest RPL calculator "like before" you could find.
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28/08/2020 15:04
Ekomi Review
I am an engineer and have used HP RPN calculators before so I have high admiration for this calculator. If you spend time learning how to use this machine and perhaps program it there is, in terms of mathematical functionality, nothing that comes close to it. If you want to do fancy high speed colour graphics then obviously there are other machines around. It does have a steep learning curve but in my opinion it is absolutely worth it. I think HP could of kept this going.
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28/08/2020 15:04
Ekomi Review
The last of the HP48/49/50 series of RPN graphing programmable calculators. Complex for beginners, but very powerful once you learn your way around it.
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