|Re: What will 33s have that 32sii doesn't??|
Message #2 Posted by Ben Salinas on 2 Nov 2003, 7:37 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Justin T.
The 33s will have more memory (much more... some say as much as 32 kilobytes, although this is probably 32 kilobits, either way, it is much much much more than the 384 bytes of the 32sii)
It also offers the use of Algebraic mode (which is an advantage to some... I guess)
The 33s has more keys, and thus, less menus.
According to the Datasheet (from hpcalc.org), it will have more advanced statistical functions (such as logarithmic and exponential)
It will not have Gradians mode (who uses that anyway)
It will have Integer division, a different random number generator (generates a random number between x and y)
Finally, it will have 40 physics constants (but i believe that number includes the unit conversions and stuff)
I am also guessing (this is only a guess) that it will have a faster processor. I am speculating that this is the case only because of the trend in the other new releases (all of which use a non-Saturn processor)
Other than that, the only difference is that you can buy it for less than 180 bucks.