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HP 50g and Casio fx CG50
04-09-2019, 11:51 AM (This post was last modified: 05-19-2019 10:07 AM by severedgarden.)
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HP 50g and Casio fx CG50
Hi all,
I'm selling two graphing calculators, a HP 50g and a Casio fx CG50

As you see in the pictures they are almost like new, but they come as you see, no manuals, boxes... the HP comes with the case (not the leather one) and the Casio comes with the USB cable.

IF IT IS NO ALLOWED to sell calculators other than HP in this forum, please accept my apologies, I will edit/redo the post.

ONLY FOR SALE IN THE UK
The price is £70 each first class with tracking number delivery included

If anyone buys both, the total price would be £130 first class delivery included.

If the buyer is in London I am happy to sell them in person, so it would be £5 cheaper each

       
       
   
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05-19-2019, 10:07 AM
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RE: HP 50g and Casio fx CG50
I reduced the price on the calculators.

They are like new, so grab a bargain! Smile
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05-19-2019, 12:40 PM
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RE: HP 50g and Casio fx CG50
Nice offer.

I have already 4x HP50g and I should keep quiet about my itching of buying a new one.

The casio fx cg50 is as well a little beast, that should be able to run micropython, but it has only around 64 KB of user ram if I am not mistaken and there is no way to keep it powered with the usb (for intensive computation). Or maybe there was a way but one should start it with the battery, I am not that sure about the second option.

Thus I would say your offer is quite tempting but I should be disciplined! (especially on my low budget)

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05-30-2019, 07:43 AM
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RE: HP 50g and Casio fx CG50
Thanks pier4r,

You are right, the Casio is quite good and it runs micropython. You cannot use turtle or graphs from python... yet. They plan to implement a few more features in the future.

I didn't try to power it with the USB but the batteries last a lot, I am surprised with its performance.

Cheers!
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