Most common calculators in the forum?

11292017, 12:12 PM
(This post was last modified: 01172018 09:01 PM by pier4r.)
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Most common calculators in the forum?
So I'd like to start a poll to see, according to the responding audience in this period, which calculators are common in the forum.
No applications, emulators, and what not, real working calculators only. Unfortunately the poll has maximum 10 options, and that is too little. So please reply reporting which calculators do you have (or a subset of them if you want). Having multiple times the same item is ok too. Feel free to be as precise as possible (even mentioning not working calculators) so others may apply different data collections. See this post for more info. I will try to list here the HP and the others that are closely related to the HP or are major competitors in the calculator market worldwide (for my little knowledge). I'll keep track of the answers. Answers saved until post #319 Legend: quantity x model ( owners) Hp 4 x 01 (Jim Horn, 2x M. Hohmann, bobVA) 7 x 6s /6s solar (J Horn, 4 D williams, emece67) 2 x 8s (J Horn, D williams) 4 x 9g /9s (JimP, D williams, T Vallestad, Eddie_WShore) 1 x 10A (D williams) 29 x 10 B/10BII/10BII+ (2x striegel, J Horn, xmehq, F. Lusk, G Donnini, bobVA, 4 D williams, emece67, G Schink, revwillie, 8 T Vallestad, 2 Accutron, lrdheat, Siegfried, 3 Eddie_WShore) 7 x 10C (T.Okken, xmehq, 2x M. Hohmann, 3 D williams) 4 x 10s/10s+ (D williams, G Schink, T Vallestad, Eddie_WShore) 17 x 11C (J.Keith, larthurl, 2x lemontea, 2x ls41028, C. Bladow, xmehq, bobVA, Jlouis, 2 D williams, Gamo, badaze, G Schink, hewlpac, T Vallestad) 86 x 12C/12C Platinum/12C 30th AE (2 x salvomic, 2x DavidM, hibiki, larthurl, benjer, lemontea, Carsen, Gamo, jthole, D. Hayden, 4x striegel, J Horn, 2x robertm, 2x D. Sturrock, 2x xmehq, Jim Horn, 5x D. Frederickson, SMaus, 18x rprosperi, 2 bobVA, Jlouis, 8 D williams, emece67, badaze, 3 K. Midson, 3 Alex S, G Schink, 2 T Vallestad, 2 Hans S, TheKaneB, B Duncan, 2 Accutron, 48GX, 3 Siegfried, 2 Eddie_WShore, grsbanks) 6 x 14B (G Donnini, 2 D williams, emece67, G Schink, M Hohmann) 69 x 15C / C+ / LE (salvomic, J.Keith, hibiki, 2x hth, larthurl, P.Berger, 2x lemontea, ls41028, C. Bladow, 2x D. Hayden, striegel, 2x J Horn, 2x D. Sturrock, 2x xmehq, edS2, 4x D. Frederickson, SMaus, 6x rprosperi, 6x bobVA, 4 Jlouis, 3 D williams, 2 emece67, 2 badaze, 2 K. Midson, 4 Alex S, hewlpac, T Vallestad, TheKaneB, 2 B Duncan, lrdheat, 2 dfnr2, 3 Siegfried, salvomic, 2 Eddie_WShore) 17 x 16C (wynen, J.Keith, 2x hth, larthurl, P.Berger, Dani R., robertm, D. Frederickson, bobVA, D williams, ttw, Alex S, G Schink, hewlpac, B Duncan, Siegfried) 51 x 17B/ 17BII/17BII+ (DavidM, hibiki, 3 x striegel, 2x xmehq, G Donnini, JimP, 2 Jlouis, 3 D williams, emece67, badaze, Alex S, 3 G Schink, revwillie, 13 T Vallestad, 2 AirFiddler, 5 48GX) 11 x 18/18C (ggauny@live.fr, G Donnini, Jlouis, 2 D williams, badaze, G Schink, 2 T Vallestad, 2 Accutron) 19 x 19 B/BII (grsbanks, ggauny@live.fr, P.Berger, M. Hohmann, striegel, G Donnini, 2 Jlouis, 2 D williams, K. Midson, Alex S, G Schink, 3 T Vallestad, 48GX, 2 Siegfried) 10 x 19c (2x J Horn, 2x M. Hohmann, bobVA, 2 D williams, emece67, 2 hewlpac) 13 x 20S (hibiki, benjer, striegel, G Donnini, jimbo, 4 D williams, emece67, badaze, T Vallestad, Eddie_WShore) 7 x 20B ( hibiki, D. Sturrock, 4 T Vallestad, 48GX) 12 x 21S (xmehq, G Donnini, jimbo, 4 D williams, emece67, badaze, larthurl, hewlpac, Eddie_WShore) 7 x 22S (striegel, G Donnini, 2 D williams, emece67, hewlpac, Eddie_WShore) 24 x 25A/25C/25C/E (ggauny@live.fr, T.Okken, wynen, M. Hohmann, ls41028, C. Bladow, J Horn, Jim Horn, D. Frederickson, D Danone, 3x bobVA, aurelio, 4 D williams, 2 emece67, 2 hewlpac, M Hohmann) 13 x 27A/27S (striegel, xmehq, G Donnini, JimP, Jlouis, 2 D williams, Alex S, 3 hewlpac, B Duncan, Eddie_WShore) 11 x 28C (P.Berger, M. Hohmann, G Donnini, Jlouis, 2 D williams, badaze, K. Midson, revwillie, TheKaneB, Siegfried) 24 x 28S (grsbanks, DA74254, ggauny@live.fr, P.Berger, M. Hohmann, M. Polo, L.vampa, D. Hayden, striegel, G Donnini, bobVA, jimbo, 3 Jlouis, D williams, emece67, badaze, 2 K. Midson, G Schink, hewlpac, T Vallestad, Siegfried) 7 x 29C (D. Hayden, 2x bobVA, D williams, badaze, hewlpac, B Duncan) 18 x 30B (J.Keith, striegel, 2x J Horn, D. Sturrock, xmehq, edS2, Jim Horn, JimP, bobVA, Jlouis, D williams, emece67, T Vallestad, lrdheat, 2 Siegfried, Eddie_WShore) 10 x 30S (J Horn, 8 D williams, T Vallestad) 2 x 31E (2 D williams) 3 x 32E (D williams, badaze, dfnr2) 42 x 32S/S II (wynen, J.Keith, hibiki, larthurl, P.Berger, 2x ls41028, 3x mwthomasjr, C. Bladow, striegel, J Horn, trond, 3x xmehq, F. Lusk, G Donnini, bobVA, Jlouis, 4 D williams, emece67, 3 badaze, 2 K. Midson, Alex S, 2 G Schink, 4 48GX, dfnr2, Siegfried, Eddie_WShore) 1 x 32C (larthurl) 3 x 33C (Jlouis, D williams, hewlpac) 4 x 33E (2 D williams, emece67, badaze) 10 x 33S (J Horn, Jlouis, 3 D williams, ttw, G Schink, 2 T Vallestad, Siegfried) 5 x 34C (hibiki, ls41028, F. Lusk, D williams, T Vallestad) 19 x 35 (ggauny@live.fr, hth, larthurl, P.Berger, benjer, ls41028, F. Lusk, D. Frederickson, bobVA, aurelio, 2 emece67, badaze, K. Midson, 2 hewlpac, lrdheat) 46 x 35S (grsbanks, DA74254, ggauny@live.fr, J.Keith, hibiki, larthurl, Dani R., A. Fekken, ls41028, mwthomasjr, C. Bladow, M. Polo, jthole, D. Hayden, 2x J Horn, trond, xmehq, F. Lusk, edS2, pdo, D. Frederickson, L Hyatt, SMaus, rprosperi, voldemar, JimP, bobVA, Jlouis, 4 D williams, badaze, G Schink, 3 hewlpac, revwillie, 2 T Vallestad, Hans S, TheKaneB, lrdheat, Siegfried, Eddie_WShore) 2 x 37E (D williams, badaze) 3 x 38C (Jim Horn, D williams, Alex S) 2 x 38E (D williams, badaze) 9 x 38G (M. Hohmann, F Bohn, S Simpkin, G Donnini, 2 D williams, emece67, badaze, Siegfried) 22 x 39G/39G+/39GS/40G/40GS (3 x P.Berger, 2x D. Hayden, striegel, J Horn, JimP, 6 D williams, badaze, G Schink, 2 T Vallestad, Siegfried, Hans_S, 2 Eddie_WShore) 11 x 39gII ( 2x D. Hayden, 2x J Horn, Jim Horn, JimP, 2 G Schink, T Vallestad, lrdheat, Eddie_WShore) 130 x 41 C/CX/CV ( Didier Lachieze, 2 x ggauny@live.fr, 3x 4ster, 3 x hth, 3 x larthurl, 5 x P.Berger, G. Wilson, Dani R. , 19x S. Cote, 2x ls41028, 5x mwthomasjr, 2x C. Bladow, 2x jebem, 3x J Horn, 2x robertm, xmehq, 2x F. Lusk, Jim Horn, D. Frederickson, Trond, SMaus, 9x rprosperi, G Donnini, D Danone, bobVA, aurelio, Jlouis, 19 M Gnerucci, 9 D williams, 3 emece67, 4 badaze, 4 G Schink, 4 hewlpac, T Vallestad, B Duncan, Accutron, 2 dfnr2, 2 Siegfried, salvomic, Eddie_WShore, grsbanks) 33 x 42S (grsbanks, Didier Lachieze, ggauny@live.fr, T.Okken, J.Keith, hibiki, 2x larthurl, ls41028, 2x mwthomasjr,C. Bladow, trond, D. Sturrock, F. Lusk, lemontea, 2x D. Frederickson, G Donnini, aurelio, Jlouis, D williams, 2 emece67, badaze, K. Midson, Alex S, G Schink, hewlpac, revwillie, salvomic, Eddie_WShore) 16 x 45 (larthurl, 2x benjer, 2x ls41028,J Horn, bobVA, D williams, emece67, badaze, K. Midson, G Schink, hewlpac, Accutron, Siegfried) 2 x 46 (2 D williams) 143 x 48G/GX/S/SX/G+ (grsbanks, 2x Didier Lachieze, 2x ggauny@live.fr, 3x DavidM, hibiki, 2x hth, 4 x P.Berger, benjer, G. Wilson, 2x M. Hohmann, 3x lemontea, 2x ls41028, mwthomasjr, C. Bladow, 2 x M. Polo, L.vampa, at least 3 jebem, 2x D. Hayden, 3x striegel, 8x J Horn, 4x xmehq, F. Lusk, pdo, D. Frederickson, 2x Helix, 6x HrastProgrammer, 12x rprosperi, 7x G Donnini, bobVA, aurelio, 9 Jlouis, 9 D williams, 3 emece67, 4 badaze, 2 C Dreher, 2 K. Midson, G Schink, Hans S, 2 B Duncan, 2 Accutron, 21 48GX, 2 dfnr2, 2 Siegfried, Eddie_WShore) 20 x 48gII/49g (DavidM, P.Berger, 2 x D. Hayden, 2x J Horn, pdo, 2x HrastProgrammer, SMaus, estimated 2x rprosperi, 2 Jlouis, 2 D williams, ttw, G Schink, Accutron, Eddie_WShore) 19 x 49G+ (DA74254, DavidM, P.Berger, 2 x lemontea, C. Bladow, 3x J Horn, arno K, pdo, L Hyatt, HrastProgrammer, estimated 2x rprosperi, 2 D williams, Siegfried, Eddie_WShore) 89 x 50g ( 2 x pier4r, salvomic, DA74254, grsbanks, Didier Lachieze, ggauny@live.fr , franz.b, 2x J.Keith, 2x DavidM , P.Berger, benjer, G. Wilson, M. Hohmann, brickviking, Dani R., 2 x lemontea, 3x mwthomasjr, 2 x Carsen, C. Bladow, M. Polo, L.vampa, at least 3 jebem, 1x D. Hayden, striegel, 4x J Horn, arno K, D. Sturrock, xmehq, F. Lusk, pdo, 2x D. Frederickson, 5x Helix, 4x HrastProgrammer, SMaus, AlexFekken, estimated 9x rprosperi, 2x voldemar, JimP, jimbo, aurelio, Jlouis, D williams, 2 emece67, 3 ttw, 2 G Schink, hewlpac, 2 T Vallestad, 2 Hans S, TheKaneB, 48GX, lrdheat, dfnr2, Siegfried, Eddie_WShore) 6 x 55 (ggauny@live.fr, ls41028, F. Lusk, bobVA, D williams, hewlpac) 8 x 65 (larthurl,J Horn, D williams, badaze, K. Midson, 2 hewlpac, dfnr2) 20 x 67 ( Didier Lachieze, ggauny@live.fr, T.Okken, hth, larthurl , P.Berger, M. Hohmann, A. Fekken, ls41028, D Danone, bobVA, aurelio, 2 D williams, badaze, G Schink, 2 hewlpac, T Vallestad, dfnr2) 1 x 70 (emece67) 46 x 71B ( Didier Lachieze, J.Keith, P.Berger, 2x G. Wilson, M. Hohmann, C. Bladow, J Horn, D. Sturrock, 10x D. Frederickson, 3x M. Hohmann, 6x S.Cote, 9x rprosperi, G Donnini, Jlouis, D williams, badaze, K. Midson, T Vallestad, 48GX, salvomic, Eddie_WShore) 28 x 75/75C/75D (4x P.Berger, G. Wilson, 3x D. Frederickson, 2x M. Hohmann, 10x S.Cote, 6x rprosperi, 2 D williams) 7 x 80 (larthurl, bobVA, D williams, emece67, hewlpac, T Vallestad, Siegfried) 1 x 86B (smp) 2 x 91 (D williams, hewlpac) 1 x 92 (D williams) 1 x 94 (D williams) 8 x 95/95LX (1x P.Berger, xmehq, bobVA, badaze, K. Midson, T Vallestad, B Duncan, Eddie_WShore) 14 x 97 (P.Berger, M. Hohmann, ls41028, J Horn, D. Frederickson, 2x bobVA, Jlouis, D williams, badaze, G Schink, hewlpac, Accutron, dfnr2) 1 x 100 LX (ggauny@live.fr) 1 x 110+ (smp) 13 x 200 LX (J.Keith, larthurl, P.Berger,M. Polo, smp, 5x Helix, badaze, hewlpac, Siegfried) 1 x 360LX (badaze) 9 x 300S/300S+ (6 x J Horn, D williams, T Vallestad, Eddie_WShore) 2 x 9100 series (2 dfnr2) 1 x 9820 (Accutron) 3 x 9825 (2x P.Berger, Accutron) 1 x 9815 (C. Bladow) 45 x Prime (2 x salvomic, grsbanks, DA74254, Didier Lachieze, 2 x ggauny@live.fr, J.Keith, P.Berger, benjer, 2x A. Fekken, lemontea, ls41028, mwthomasjr, Carsen, C. Bladow, jebem, smp, D. Hayden, 6x J Horn, arno K, L Hyatt, SMaus, rprosperi, voldemar, JimP, bobVA, jimbo, ttw, G Schink, T Vallestad, TheKaneB, Accutron, 48GX, lrdheat, 2 Hans_S, 2 Eddie_WShore) Not Hp 41 CL 14 x (Didier Lachieze, hth, 6x S. Cote, smp, D. Hayden, robertm, bobVA, aurelio, M Gnerucci) WP (almost HP?) 2 x 31S (bobVA, T Vallestad) 35 x 34S (Didier Lachieze, ggauny@live.fr, 3x P.Berger, 2x mwthomasjr, 2x D. Hayden, striegel, xmehq, Jim Horn, SMaus, JimP, bobVA, aurelio, Jlouis, 6 emece67, G Schink, 3 hewlpac, revwillie, T Vallestad, Hans S, lrdheat, 3 dfnr2, Eddie_WShore) SwissMicros (almost HP?) 1 x DM11L (grsbanks) 1 x DM12L (grsbanks) 17 x DM15L/15 (grsbanks, 2x larthurl, 2x A. Fekken, jthole, Helix, JimP, 2 emece67, K. Midson, 2 Alex S, G Schink, Hans S, 2 dfnr2) 4 x DM16L/16C (grsbanks, mwthomasjr, lemontea, dfnr2) 8 x DM41/41L (grsbanks, 4ster, larthurl, Dani R., A. Fekken, M Gnerucci, G Schink, Hans S) 15 x DM42/DM42Beta (2 grsbanks, T.Okken, Dani R., mwthomasjr, DA74254, larthurl, SMaus, G Schink, hewlpac, revwillie, Hans S, 2 48GX) TI 1 x 9x Galaxy (J Horn) 5 x SR10 (smp, striegel, bobVA, hewlpac, Accutron) 2 x SR11 (smp, larthurl) 9 x 30/30Xa/30X2s/others ( 3x benjer, G. Wilson, D. Hayden, 2x striegel , xmehq, Accutron) 3 x 34 (pier4r, DavidM, J Horn) 2 x 35 variants (jthole,xmehq) 5 x 36X Pro (benjer, mwthomasjr, xmehq, JimP, lrdheat) 2 x SR40 (Jlouis, Accutron) 1 x SR50 (bobVA) 1 x 51 variants (Accutron) 3 x 52 (3 hewlpac) 1 x 53 (grsbanks) 4 x 55 (C. Bladow, D. Hayden, striegel, Accutron) 1 x SR56 (M.Hohmann) 2 x 57 (HrastProgrammer, Accutron) 6 x 58C (2x P.Berger, G. Wilson, striegel, hewlpac, Accutron) 5 x 59 (P.Berger, G. Wilson, M. Hohmann, D. Hayden, HrastProgrammer) 1 x SR50 (benjer) 4 x 66 (J Horn, hewlpac, T Vallestad, grsbanks) 1 x Galaxy 67 (grsbanks) 3 x 68 (benjer) 4 x 74 (benjer, smp, salvomic, M Hohmann, T Vallestad) 2 x 80 (benjer, grsbanks) 2 x 81 (benjer, Accutron) 4 x 82 (benjer, Accutron, 2 grsbanks) 7 x 83/83+ (benjer, M.Hohmann, striegel, revwillie, T Vallestad, 2 M Hohmann) 5 x 84+/84+SE/84+CE (benjer, 2x mwthomasjr, xmehq, M Hohmann) 2 x 85 (benjer, Accutron) 1 x 86 (benjer) 12 x 89 (pier4r, benjer, 2 M. Hohmann, mwthomasjr, 2x xmehq, JimP, Jlouis, TheKaneB, Accutron, grsbanks) 13 x 92/92+/Voyage 200 (salvomic, 2x grsbanks, M. Hohmann, smp, striegel, Jlouis, 3 Hans S, TheKaneB, 2 Siegfried) 1 x 95 (benjer, M Hohmann) 1 x 1100 (striegel) 1 x 1270 (Accutron) 1 x 1780 (T Vallestad) 1 x 1270 (striegel) 1 x 5040 (benjer) 2 x 5025 (2x striegel) 1 x 5130 (benjer) 8 x NSpire CX/ CX CAS /handhed (grsbanks, pier4r, 2x mwthomasjr, M.Hohmann, Jlouis, Hans S, lrdheat) Casio 1 x fx19 variants (T Vallestad) 3 x fccg 10/20/50 prizm (Jlouis, Hans S, lrdheat) 5 x 82 series ( 2x brickviking, striegel, edS2, TheKaneB) 1 x FX 95MS (salvomic) 8 x fx115M/and variants (benjer, 3x J Horn, xmehq, edS2, Accutron) 1 x FX100 series (salvomic) 2 x 101 series ( 2 Jlouis) 1 x 110 series (salvomic) 1 x 200 series (salvomic) 2 x fx250 variats (2x J Horn) 2 x fx260 series (Gamo, xmehq) 1 x sl300 (edS2) 4 x Fx300 variants (Gamo, 3x J Horn) 2 x FX570 variants (salvomic, grsbanks) 1 x 700 series (Jlouis) 2 x 702 series (K. Midson, grsbanks) 1 x 730 variants (T Vallestad) 1 x 770 series (Jlouis) 1 x fx802 series (Jlouis) 1 x aq 810 (J Horn) 1 x fx850 series (Jlouis) 3 x fx880 series (grsbanks, Jlouis, M Hohmann) 1 x 900 series (lrdheat) 7 x fx 991 variants (J Horn, xmehq, SMaus, T Vallestad, TheKaneB, 2 lrdheat) 1 x fx 1000 variants (grsbanks) 1 x fc 1000 variants (salvomic) 1 x fx 3600P (grsbanks) 1 x fx 3650P variants (grsbanks) 1 x fx3800P (benjer) 1 x fx 3600 series (Jlouis) 1 x fx 4500 series (Jlouis) 1 x 6300 variants (Accutron) 1 x 6500 variants (grsbanks) 6 x fx7000G/GA and variants (grsbanks, 2x benjer, 2 Jlouis, Accutron) 2 x fx7300G (benjer, T Vallestad) 1 x fx7400G (2x benjer) 2 x fx7700G (benjer, Accutron) 1 x fx8000G (benjer) 1 x fx8500G (grsbanks) 2 x fx9750G+ (brickviking, J Horn) 4 x fx9750gII/fx9860GII (brickviking, mwthomasjr, grsbanks, xmehq) 2 x cfx9800g (J Horn, Accutron) 1 x cfx9850G+ (benjer) 3 x Classpad 300/330/400 (xmehq, Hans S, lrdheat) Sharp 1x ele300 (J Horn) 8 x el 506 variants (pier4r, xmehq, striegel, 2x M.Hohmann, edS2, TheKaneB, 2 Hans_S) 1 x el516 variants (xmehq) 1 x el509a (J Horn) 2 x el 512 (striegel) 1 x el 540 (TheKaneB) 1 x el 556 (edS2) 1 x el 733 (striegel) 1 x el 1500 ( striegel) 1 x el 5020 (mwthomasjr) 1 x el 5100 (striegel) 1 x el 5103 (striegel) 1 x el 5120 (TheKaneB) 1 x EL5200 (benjer) 1 x oz 7000 (J Horn) 1 x el 8024 (striegel) 1 x el 8140 (T Vallestad) 1 x el 9300 (edS2) 1 x EL9600 series (benjer) 1 x el 9900 (TheKaneB) 1 x pc 1210 (K. Midson) 1 x pc 1211 (K. Midson) 1 x pc 1251 (HrastProgrammer) 1 x pc 1360 (K. Midson) 1 x pc 1500 (Jlouis) 1 x PC1401 (Helix) 1 x pc 1402 (Jlouis) 1 x pc 1403 (HrastProgrammer) 1 x pc 1421 (Jlouis) 1 x PCG850 (Helix) And of course a bet: the 50g wins , the 48 will be second. Third maybe the Prime. PS: Did someone do a poll like this in the past? http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgisys/cgiwrap/...read=48265 http://www.wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=forum...calculator Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

11292017, 12:17 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
HP:
HP Prime (version A) HP Prime (version C) HP 50g HP 15C HP 12C Platinum HP 12C EDIT: HP 41CX HP 42s EDIT 2: HP 71b HP 15C Limited edition EDIT 3: HP 39GS EDIT 4: HP 35s, WP 24s Not HP: TI Voyage 200 EDIT: TI 74 TI 83 plus Casio FC200 Casio FX 95MS Casio FX570MS Casio FX100MS EDIT: Casio FC1000 (Financial Consultant) Casio PB110 (Databank Computer) Various emulators :) HP Prime, Emu50g, HP15C, HP12CP, HP12, 17BII pro, 19BX, i41CX+, Free42, WP34s, PRN35, RPN45, RPN65, RPN67, RPN70, m48+, Touch 11i, Touch 16i... I'll take a Swiss Micros DM42 soon. ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime 50g 41CX 71b 42s 12C 15C  DM42 WP34s :: Prime Soft. Lib 

11292017, 12:24 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
OK, here goes
HP: 12C 19BII 28S (2 pcs) 35S 41C 42S 48GX 50g Prime NonHP: SwissMicros DM11L DM12L DM15L DM16L DM41L DM42 Beta DM42 Production TI 53 66 Galaxy 67 80 82 82 (2001 redesign) 89 92 92+ NSpire CX CAS Casio fx570 FX702P fx880P fx1000F fx3600P fx3650PII fx6500G fx7000GA fx8500G fx9860GII I don't think I've forgotten any but who knows... I just need shares in a company that manufactures coin cells now 

11292017, 12:36 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
One each and in purchased order:
28S 49G+ 35S Prime 50G Non HP: Elektronika Mk 52 Elektronika Mk 61 I honestly do not own any NonRPN calc, though I had one pink 4operator Citizen, which my wife has taken hold of. Esben 28s, 35s, 49G+, 50G, Prime, SwissMicros DM42 Elektronika MK52 & MK61 

11292017, 12:49 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
I have many calculators, mostly HP but the ones I use regularly are:
 HP Prime (the most used, once you know it it's so easy and so powerful)  HP 41CX/CL (this was my student calculator and I really like it and go for it for simple stuff)  WP 34S (a RPN programmer dream!)  HP 42S (the less used, but may be superseded soon by the DM42) All the other ones (HP48SX/GX/50G, HP71B, HP67, the Woodstocks, Voyagers, the other Pioneers and the Sharp ELs & PCs) are used only occasionally. 

11292017, 01:44 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Hi,
HP 35 from 1972 HP 25 not c HP 55 HP 67 HP 41c and cx (with accessories, but not all) HP 28S HP 18 HP 19 BII HP 100 LX HP 42s HP 48 SX HP 48 GX HP 50G HP 16c (I have sold it recently) HP Prime A and C HP 35s WP34s I often use the HP 67 and very often the HP 41 CX or the 34c and of course the 2 Primes but difficult for me to master them! Gérard. 

11292017, 02:00 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Updated the first post. I tried to consolidate the models, almost in "series" (I try to look at wikipedia or hpcalc.org to see if the models are mostly similar).
nevertheless if you spot something that does not fit or an error, please let me know. For example I learned some months ago that hp 35 and hp 35S do not have much in common. Another example is that 49G+ and 50g should be considered in the same family, but the build quality of the 49g+ is reportedly so low that I kept them separated. So far the expectations works properly. 50g first, 48g third (not second), Prime equal to 50g. We will see with some more posts if we get surprises. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

11292017, 02:06 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
I'm boring,
1 X HP 41CV (my first HP, purchased new in the '80s) 2 X HP 41CX 1 X Swiss Micros DM41 I've had other non HP calculators, but they have all stopped working and have disappeared. I will purchase a DM42 when they become generally available, just to prove I am not stuck in the 80's. Steve In order of appearance: HP 41CV, CMTMCGPS, HP 41CX, DM 41, DM 42 

11292017, 02:14 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Casio fx8500g (lost)
HP 48S (to repair) HP 49G (dead) HP 50G Hardware: Hp48S  Hp50g 

11292017, 03:14 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
HP
10C 25 42S 67 Other DM42 

11292017, 03:39 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Only very few but I use them often
 HP25  HP32S  HP16C 

11292017, 03:49 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Prime (later model w/ improved key colors)*
50g (2 ea.)* 42S 35S* 32S II 30B (never converted to WP)* 11C 15C Limited Edition* 16C* 71B* 200LX 67 (nonworking) 97 (nonworking) * = bought new. I currently have no nonHP calculators. Models I had but no longer own: 28S, 48SX, 48GX, 49G+ (died) 15C (original, regrettably sold) John 

11292017, 03:55 PM
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11292017, 04:16 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Putting this list together has shattered my false presumption that I'm not really a collector. I don't spend time looking for great deals or specific models  I just occasionally happen upon them. In a couple of cases they found me. And my regret is so high for allowing myself to be talked into selling the 41 set by my (ex) wife that I've just never been able to let go of a calculator since then. Maybe the better term for me is a "calculator hoarder" .
Currently own: 50g (x2) 49g+ 49G 48GX 48G 48SX 17BII 12C 12C 30th AE TI34 Canon Palmtronic LD8M 2 (the first electronic calculator I ever used on a regular basis... still works, but currently disassembled for cleaning and maintenance) Previously owned, but wish I still had: 33C (my first HP) 41C (Card reader, Xmem, Time, XFunc, Wand, Printer, etc.) Previously owned, and perfectly happy that I don't still have: TI30 Not sure it counts: Canon MP25DV (usually referred to in the US as an "adding machine" as opposed to a calculator) 

11292017, 04:41 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
My signature lists my HP calculators in good and working condition (1 piece each model). I use the HP20B on my desk and a simple calculator with basic operations (and sometimes I use a Soroban = japanese abacus). I used the HP12C a lot in the past.
I also have the HP360LX (not working), Sharp PC1211 and PC1500 (not working), Texas SR50A (working but no batteries). My calcs: HP12C, HP15C, HP17BII+, HP20S, HP20B, HP32SII, HP34C, HP35S, HP42S, HP48GX. 

11292017, 05:25 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
HP35
HP31E (broken) HP67 2 x HP15C 2 x HP16C HP41CL (ex CV, my first HP calc, bought new in '81) 3 x HP41CX (all Halfnuts and bought new) 2 x HP48GX (bought new) I tried to start collecting a bit 20 years ago, but gave up as it was so hard to come by second hand HP calculators locally (this was before TAS). My use trajectory was heavy HP41 user in the eighties, switched to HP48 mid nineties, realized after 10 years that the HP41 was a lot more fun and went back to it. Used a HP16C for a period recently, but now the HP41 does it better so I hardly use the HP16C anymore (only the few times when I need to pack light.) I am not a collector, but sometimes I slightly wish I had a Woodstock and a HP97. Håkan 

11292017, 05:40 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Hi:
my name is Art and I am a calcaholic 35 45 65 80 67 11c (was my father's) 3 12c (don't ask) 15c 16c 21c dead (was my father's) 32c 41c 41c dead and my first from 1980 2 41cx 32S 35S 2 42s 200LX DM15L DM15 DM41 soon DM42 Prime on my Xmas list 

11292017, 06:12 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
HP
1  35 3  67 2  97 1  41C 1  41CV 3  41CX 1  16C 1  15C LE 2  32SII 1  28C 1  28S 1  19B 1  48SX 1  48G (modified added internal memory) 2  48GX 1  49G 2  39G 1  39GS 1  49G+ 1  50G 3  34S 2  9825T 2  71B 2  75C 2  75D 1  95LX 1  200LX 1  Prime TI 2  58C 1  59 with PR100 printer Other 2  Commodore PR100 (one is my first calculator) 1  Hiradastechnika PTK1072 (rebadged PR100) 1  Victor Series 1200 In other words far too many. 

11292017, 07:09 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
HP:
HP35 HP45 (x2) HP12C HP20s HP48G+ HP50g HP Prime TI: SR50 (x2) TI30 TI30Xa TI30X2s TI36X Pro TI68 (x3) TI74 TI80 TI81 TI82 TI83+ TI84+ TI85 TI86 TI89 TI95 TI5040 TI5130 Casio: fx115M fx3800P fx7000G fx7000GA fx7300G fx7400G (x2) fx7700G fx8000G cfx9850G+ Sharp: EL5200 "Super Scientific" (sorry, name was too awesome not to include) EL9600c Elektronika: MK61 Migrated to calcs from slide rules, which I still collect but not as many lately. 

11292017, 07:16 PM
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
Code: 1 HP41cx I use it every day. http://WilsonMinesCo.com (Lots of HP41 links at the bottom of the links page, http://wilsonminesco.com/links.html ) 

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