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The HP-37s scientific calculator?
12-30-2020, 08:01 PM
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RE: The HP-37s scientific calculator?
(12-30-2020 02:59 PM)EngineerX Wrote:  If HP were to release the successor of the 35s, what features should it have?

That is a 32SII with some little improvements, but keeping the same logic for menus, not à la 35S. And NOT these stupid cursor keys absolutely useless for this kind of machines.
On the software improvements, I'm thinking to use lower case letters for more global LBL and registers, local LBLs 0 9 (see the 41C), numeric STO/RCL for scratch use, keeping the alpha LBL and registers for global use.
Also a more complete complex function set.
A little more memory, not too much.
On the hardware side, a much lower off state power consumption (lower than the 35S I mean) to avoid draining the batteries in a couple of years (see the 15C, or even the 32S)

Nothing more.

The 32S is my favourite machine for quick calculations and my reference for simple everyday use.

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