|Re: Another technique of HP-33S label saving|
Message #5 Posted by x34 on 11 Oct 2012, 2:43 p.m.,
in response to message #4 by Thomas Radtke
In terms of base conversion or rectangular < > polar conversion? ;-)
No, in terms of memory and label management, stack (REGX-REGT), integer operations, EQN (editing), 2-lines display.
HP-32SII in better in BASE, long power display and SOLVER (shows best match if no solution is found), speed, battery usage, size and appearance.
I rarely use polar-cartesian, but frequently use BASE, so now I am evaluating which of HP-35S/HP-32SII I want to carry every day.
In general, I think HP-32SII is very "clean", but HP-35S is much more powerful, despite it's drawbacks. Especially limiting to me is very small memory of HP-32SII. I wish it could be expanded, like MEM-1B in HP-15C or 32KB in HP-42S.
Now I'm looking for HP-42S, WP-34S or DM-41CC, whichever comes first on my way (or, better, all of them).