HP Prime FW for 2023?

01152023, 05:19 PM
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RE: HP Prime FW for 2023?
(01152023 02:33 PM)pschlie Wrote: I suspect the best HP/Moravia can hope for, is to not be prohibited use within the educational and professional exam market, and instead concentrate on offering sufficient superior differentiable functionality to attract students and professionals who don't need to be instructed on which buttons to push within textbooks to accomplish their goals; as may possibly be offered by continuing to improve its alternative RPN, graphical, symbolic, programmability, and general easeofuse capabilities (including documentation). That was my point exactly. Forget the education market. Casio and TI have that segment sewn up neatly. Come out with a true handheld computer that the traditional HP market (scientists, engineers, surveyors) will actually want to use. Tom L Cui bono? 

01162023, 08:11 AM
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(01152023 05:19 PM)toml_12953 Wrote:(01152023 02:33 PM)pschlie Wrote: I suspect the best HP/Moravia can hope for, is to not be prohibited use within the educational and professional exam market, and instead concentrate on offering sufficient superior differentiable functionality to attract students and professionals who don't need to be instructed on which buttons to push within textbooks to accomplish their goals; as may possibly be offered by continuing to improve its alternative RPN, graphical, symbolic, programmability, and general easeofuse capabilities (including documentation). Hello all. Great discussion. When I first got my Prime few weeks ago, after knowing how to use CAS and etc, my first impression was, there is quite some similarities with Mathcad. For example, in Mathcad, if you want to assign a value to a variable, you use :=, and another example on the solve(), the syntax is the same with Mathcad (one example is solve(x+2=1,x) will give 1). I was beginning to hypothesis, that HP Prime is a collaboration of HP and Mathcad (since one of Mathcad program is called Mathcad Prime). If HP or Moravia has a plan to come up with a new calculator, or totally overhaul Prime FW, it would be awesome if it can be a JV between HP or Moravia, with Mathcad. All can the functions/codes can be leveraged from Mathcad, with no limit. The RPN need to be there, since for normal calculations, RPN is very efficient. 

01162023, 12:34 PM
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(01162023 08:11 AM)akmarul Wrote: If HP or Moravia has a plan to come up with a new calculator, or totally overhaul Prime FW, it would be awesome if it can be a JV between HP or Moravia, with Mathcad. All can the functions/codes can be leveraged from Mathcad, with no limit. The RPN need to be there, since for normal calculations, RPN is very efficient.https://wwwfourier.ujfgrenoble.fr/~parisse/giac.html states the following : In 2013, Giac was choosen for the CAS view of the wellknown Geogebra software and it was also choosen by HP as CAS for their HP Prime calculator. I don't know if this is true nor if it's still true. 

01192023, 01:42 AM
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(01162023 12:34 PM)Over_score Wrote:(01162023 08:11 AM)akmarul Wrote: If HP or Moravia has a plan to come up with a new calculator, or totally overhaul Prime FW, it would be awesome if it can be a JV between HP or Moravia, with Mathcad. All can the functions/codes can be leveraged from Mathcad, with no limit. The RPN need to be there, since for normal calculations, RPN is very efficient.https://wwwfourier.ujfgrenoble.fr/~parisse/giac.html states the following : I think you are right. I googled too, and found out HP Prime leverage the Giac. Or maybe Giac was created for Hp Prime. I email Moravia few days ago info@moraviaconsulting.com. This is their reply. "Thank you for your email. We are always endeavouring to create new and better software. For the future there will definitely be new versions, but as of right now I cannot give any specific dates for their release. All the best" So there is still hpe for new firmware. Maybe if a lot more users email moravia requesting for new firmware, they would speed things up. If you want to do so, you can email them at info@moraviaconsulting.com 

01262023, 01:50 PM
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(01192023 01:42 AM)akmarul Wrote: I email Moravia few days ago info@moraviaconsulting.com. This is their reply. You can feel happy or lucky, at least you got a reply, it seems not everyone deserves it. In now 5 years and a half with 4 messages sent to 3 different email adresses (info@sharpcalculators.com, info@moraviaconsulting.com, info@moraviaeurope.de), I never got a reply, not even a single copypasted courtesy line. 

01292023, 03:37 AM
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I'm amazed that they will make the venerable 15C again, I missed the 2011 LE, and here's the chance to get the best non graphic and non expandable scientific calculator ever, with the perfect format and with new hardware!
At least they show good taste! ( I'm sorry if it's not a good english!) It was my first HP, bought in 1988, and it was used till circa 2008, when it disappeared after a flight ( I was a B727 Flight Engineer). Many programs were in there, from units conversion to perfomance calculations, I used it almost everyday. I'm sure they would not produce it again if they were not certain that the sales will be good! As VA says, Long Live to the HP 15C! Cheers JL 

01292023, 02:50 PM
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01292023, 03:26 PM
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(01292023 02:50 PM)tppytel Wrote:(01292023 03:37 AM)Jlouis Wrote: I'm amazed that they will make the venerable 15C againWait, what? Did I miss a memo? Is there a post about this somewhere? Just watch the video in the second post where the Moravia manager said that they will make the 15C and possibly others classic famous calculators. Amazing, isn't it? 

01302023, 05:09 PM
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(01292023 03:26 PM)Jlouis Wrote:No, sorry. Only a lot of talk, unfortunately no slides, likewise no temporal announcements. Of course, I would be surprised and thrilled if the announcements were followed by deliveries at some point.(01292023 02:50 PM)tppytel Wrote: Wait, what? Did I miss a memo? Is there a post about this somewhere? 

02022023, 08:44 PM
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(01192023 01:42 AM)akmarul Wrote:(01162023 12:34 PM)Over_score Wrote: https://wwwfourier.ujfgrenoble.fr/~parisse/giac.html states the following : Also got a reply from them today: Quote:Hi Lumito, 

02032023, 03:29 AM
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(02022023 08:44 PM)Lumito Wrote:(01192023 01:42 AM)akmarul Wrote: I think you are right. I googled too, and found out HP Prime leverage the Giac. Or maybe Giac was created for Hp Prime. Ahh... maybe good news. But he used "weeks" vs "week". It could be in the next 87weeks .haha.. 

02032023, 12:52 PM
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(02032023 03:29 AM)akmarul Wrote:(02022023 08:44 PM)Lumito Wrote: Also got a reply from them today: Klaas Kuperus said back in mid September of last year that the new firmware would be released within the next few weeks; when devs say stuff like that it's usually meaningless. 

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