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I just noticed the WP-31S is available for purchase now at hpcalc.org.

Sure, you could make your own, but by buying one from hpcalc.org, you get these advantages:
  • The DevTeam get a small thank-you payment
  • HP hardware has been tested and verified
  • Labels applied properly by trained professional
  • Firmware already installed - no cables needed
  • You help to support Eric and hpcalc.org

Check it out and order one now!
(06-13-2014 03:58 AM)rprosperi Wrote: [ -> ]I just noticed the WP-31S is available for purchase now at hpcalc.org.

Check it out and order one now!

Very cool!

-Jonathan
(06-13-2014 03:58 AM)rprosperi Wrote: [ -> ]Check it out and order one now!

No, order three or four Smile


- Pauli
Eric also offers WP 31S overlays. But mind that he is citing a backlog of orders for WP 34s overlays. We should therefore bear patience.

I am very thankful indeed.

a.

p.s.: Possibly in order to keep walter b busy, the greek γ seems to have been kept in a lofty position... ,-)
(06-13-2014 11:02 AM)anetzer Wrote: [ -> ]Possibly in order to keep walter b busy, the greek γ seems to have been kept in a lofty position... ,-)

I'd guess those are just the old pictures still.

d:-)
I ordered a 31S and the v3.3 WP34S from Eric.

Namir
Thanks for the heads up.

So, I understand that:

31s = 34s - x

Could someone please describe the differences in the 34s and 31s?


Thanks,

John
(06-15-2014 01:48 PM)John Smitherman Wrote: [ -> ]So, I understand that: 31s = 34s - x
Could someone please describe the differences in the 34s and 31s?

That's easy: x = 3s Smile
  1. Simple (no arcane math stuff).
  2. Solve and integral, sums and products are not featured.
  3. Sorry, not programmable.
There is a preliminary manual available at the site mentioned. There will be a complete manual (some 140 pages spiral bound) offered soon, written by the usual suspect. Please look at the corresponding thread.

d:-)
Quote:That's easy: x = 3s Smile

:-) Very good. Thanks Walter.


John
(06-15-2014 03:35 PM)John Smitherman Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:That's easy: x = 3s Smile

:-) Very good. Thanks Walter.

You're welcome, John. Smile Now if you'd learn to position your responses correctly... Confused
(06-15-2014 02:47 PM)walter b Wrote: [ -> ]There will be a complete manual (some 140 pages spiral bound) offered soon, written by the usual suspect. Please look at the corresponding thread.

Is this an answer to the ominously unanswered PDF-question in the corresponding thread?

Sorry for pestering, but I do like to leave the search for keywords to my tablet. ,-)

a.
(06-15-2014 07:00 PM)anetzer Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-15-2014 02:47 PM)walter b Wrote: [ -> ]There will be a complete manual (some 140 pages spiral bound) offered soon, written by the usual suspect. Please look at the corresponding thread.

Is this an answer to the ominously unanswered PDF-question in the corresponding thread?

As said, I'll think about a possibility of offering personal pdfs - if they are safe enough. It's not top priority on my list though. Hope this answers your question.

d:-)
(06-15-2014 07:16 PM)walter b Wrote: [ -> ]As said, I'll think about a possibility of offering personal pdfs

I missed that info. Thank you, yes. I'd be willing to pay for one.

a.n.
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