Can there be a slim & trim graphing calc?

04212014, 08:06 PM
(This post was last modified: 04212014 08:09 PM by Matt Agajanian.)
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Can there be a slim & trim graphing calc?
Hi all.
Although I do favour the HP graphing calcs having a 48GX and 50G myself, I wonder if graphing calcs (even the TI, Casio and Sharp) need to be so thick and bulky. OTOH, I guess the tradeoff for a graphing calculator is the need for a display to accomodate a sizable graph, data, MathPrint/Equation Writer display of equations, enough battery power, enough keys for alpha & numeric data as well as the function keys. But, can a graphing calculator's form factor be streamlined/optimised and still be heavily functional? 

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