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HP Prime

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Make :HP  
Model :Prime
Category :Graphic Calculators
Price £94.95 ex VAT
£113.94 inc VAT
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The Hp Prime Combines the creativity and connectivity of apps and smartphones.First available 2013 it has the power of a CAS calculator. The barcode is 88775831987. Its incorparated with special functions to make it exam ready. The calculator comes in a retail bubble blister packaging. This graphical calculator is backlit and has a colour touchscreen with a sliding protective case. You can alter the brightness by pressing the plus or minus button.
Graphing Functions
2-D Function, Polar, Parametric Plot; Differential Equation, Bar Plot; Histogram, Scatter Plot; Find: Intersect, Extremum, Slope, Area; Zoom, Trace, Co-ordinates, Shade
Scientific functions
Decimal hrs/hrs min sec conversions; Polar/rectangular conversions; Angle conversions; Base conversions and arithmetic; Unit conversions; Bit, Boolean graphics; Display and printer graphics
Statistical functions
Sx, Sx2, Sy, Sy2, Sxy; Sample standard deviation, mean; Population standard deviation; Linear regression; Combinations, permutations; Weighted mean; Edit, save, name, list; Curve fit ( LIN, LOG, EXP, POW ); Plot statistical data; Hypothesis tests; Confidence intervals
Math functions
+, -, x, ÷, ?, 1/x, +/-, In, ex, x?y; yx, LOG, 10x, x2, %, ? , n!; Fractions; Degrees, radians; Trigonometric functions/inverses; Hyperbolics/inverses; HP Solve application (root finder); Numeric Integration; Symbolic Integration; Numeric differentiation; Symbolic differentiation; Complex number of functions; Polynomial root finder, Taylor series; Absolute value, round; Integer, & fractional part of a number; Modulo function, floor, ceiling; CAS system

System logic and keyboard

Entry system logic
  • RPN
  • Algebraic
  • Textbook
Menus / Prompts


Memory, standard
32 MB mDDR
Flash memory
256 MB

Expansion features

Ports  USB

Physical characteristics

Product color
Enclosure material
  • Plastic

Processor and display

400 MHz ARM9
8.9 cm (3.5 inch) diagonal full-color, multi-touch display;320 x 240 16-bit Color Touch Screen (10 lines x 33 characters + menus + header)
Display type

Dimensions and weight

Dimensions (W x D x H)
18.23 x 8.58 x 1.4 cm (7.13 x 3.38 x .550 in)
228 g (8.04 oz)

What's included

What's in the box
  • Calculator; Hard Cover; Quick Start Guide; CD (connectivity software and User Guide); USB cable; USB power supply

Customer reviews
Ekomi Review Really good, best calc. I've used
Ekomi Review Only had it a few days, too early to review it.
Ekomi Review Very impressed with this calculator. I upgraded the firmware to the latest version but there are still a few minor bugs in it. Hopefully a future firmware release will correct all these. My previous calculator was a TI-89 which was powerful but not very user-friendly. The HP Prime is extremely easy to learn and much more intuitive, as well as being incredibly fast.
M Vislani Really happy with it..so easy to scroll and move around just like my iphone also has a help button so if stuck on a graph you can press the help button. Very slim and handsome machine...also comes with spreadsheet 5 stars!!!!
Ekomi Review A calculator with some very nice features: the display and graphing is superb. For learning about mathematics the built in apps are really useful. However, if you are already using the HP50g with RPN for degree level maths, you may be disappointed; there are some things you cannot yet do - for example, finding eigenvalues of a matrix does not work with RPN (you have to switch to using CAS). Hopefully, with updates, this will become a replacement for the HP50g.
Ekomi Review HP are back in the calculator market which they should never have left.\nIt turned on which is a good start.
Ekomi Review Something of a sideways step from the other HP calculators I have. Well made, with a good keyboard and excellent display, but requires some adaptation if you're a hardcore RPN user.
Ekomi Review I use it at home and at work\nThis product is probably one of the best calculators from HP. \nAnd it has the RPN notation !\nAs I use HP calculators since 35 years, I didn't hesitate to buy it. The result is 100% satisfaction\n