HP Prime wireless kit antenna

11222014, 07:56 AM
(This post was last modified: 11222014 07:56 AM by Mic.)
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HP Prime wireless kit antenna
Hello eveybody,
Here are some pictures of HP Prime wireless kit with antenna presented during a french maths teachers gathering. The system is very easy to use : plug & play ! http://mic.nic.free.fr  Youtube  Facebook 

11222014, 02:27 PM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
Can you share the cost of such a kit and its availability?
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11242014, 02:59 AM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
I have a kit on order from De Rekenwinkle ('The Computer Shop') in Holland. Price €699 plus shipping of €25. (my experience is that as soon as I order something from far away at a high price, the item is certain to become available locally at a lower price)
My plan is to use some of the dongles in an educational project, but also to see if they can be mated up with an offtheshelf IEEE 802.15.4 transceiver. Stay tuned . . .. 

11292014, 06:44 AM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
Available in Europe here :
http://www.dynatech.de/produkte/produkt.php?prod=7730 http://mic.nic.free.fr  Youtube  Facebook 

11292014, 10:26 AM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
(11292014 06:44 AM)Mic Wrote: Available in Europe here : Where did you get your Prime calculator? On that site, they keep selling the old original NW280AA/B1S model REv.A hardware, and as far as I know, it do not support the HP wifi dongles nor the HP Datastreamer. Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

11292014, 06:30 PM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
Really nice idea, but wouldn't using this kit require all students to own a Prime? Where do you have such a situation? I know one school in Germany obligated the kids to get a TI Voyager (might be about 10 years ago), but it might be much more difficult to argue for a rather uncommon model like the Prime.
How is the situation in the USA? 

11292014, 06:42 PM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
Sorry for the self promotion, but you can find the new model (G8X92AA) here:
http://www.thecalculatorstore.com/epages...20Prime%22 Attention: these area EAME units, and therefore guarantee doesn't apply overseas  only Europe, Africa and Middle East. There are also the Smartstream 410, some Fourier probes and the wireless dongle kit. 

11292014, 08:32 PM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
(11292014 06:30 PM)Thomas Radtke Wrote: Really nice idea, but wouldn't using this kit require all students to own a Prime? I assume the Primes are property of the school and are lent to the students. Marcus von Cube Wehrheim, Germany http://www.mvcsys.de http://wp34s.sf.net http://mvcsys.de/doc/basiccompare.html 

11302014, 06:27 AM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
(11292014 08:32 PM)Marcus von Cube Wrote:of course(11292014 06:30 PM)Thomas Radtke Wrote: Really nice idea, but wouldn't using this kit require all students to own a Prime? http://mic.nic.free.fr  Youtube  Facebook 

11302014, 11:35 AM
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11302014, 02:40 PM
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RE: HP Prime wireless kit antenna
(11302014 11:35 AM)Thomas Radtke Wrote:(11292014 08:32 PM)Marcus von Cube Wrote: I assume the Primes are property of the school and are lent to the students.So, is it common for a school to provide calculators? It depends on the schools and can go both ways. There are just as many (more?) that don't provide but require the student purchase the "supported" unit. TW Although I work for the HP calculator group, the views and opinions I post here are my own. 

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