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HP 19BII Financial Calculator

by HP

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  • Over 450 business, statistical, and scientific functions
  • Includes HP Solve application
  • Graphing display lets you view histograms, scatter diagrams, and curve fits
  • List-based, 2-variable statistics and forecasting
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Product Description

Product Description

The HP-19B features four display lines with 23 characters each, plus 6,500 bytes of memory. Offering over 450 business, statistical, and scientific functions, the calculator is also easily programmable for custom equations and functions. Personal information management applications, currency and measurement unit conversions and functions that help you track loan payments, interest rates, amortization, and internal rate of return make this calculator a must for all business applications. Note: Calculator only, box, manual, and batteries not included.

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For every application there is a calculator, and for financial functions,this is it. The HP19BII features four display lines with 23 characters each, plus6,500 bytes of memory. Offering over 450 business, statistical, andscientific functions, the calculator is also easily programmable for customequations and functions. Personal information management applications,currency and measurement unit conversions, and functions that help youtrack loan payments, interest rates, amortization, and internal rate orreturn make this calculator a must for all business applications.

Advanced users may find the calculator's functions a little dated. Itincludes the ACRS table for calculating depreciation applied to limitedpartnership assets, which was replaced by Modified ACRS (MACRS) in 1986.But many users will find that the extensive functions and programmabilitycompensate for this shortcoming. We especially appreciated the time anddata management functions like the alarm clock, calendar, appointments, anddate arithmetic, number lists, editing, sorting, and storing.

The HP19BII usesthree N batteries. It comes with a one-year warranty.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 6.5 x 1 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000JBLK
  • Item model number: HP19BII
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 9, 2000

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Unfortunately, the battery cover is too fragile and broken.
Jesus F. Lozano Gonzalez
The calculator is easy to use, easy to program and has most of the functions that I need built in.
S Arnold
By the way, I now only use an HP12c and my broken HP19bII is comdemned to get dust.
Girdwood

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 26, 2002
I really like the features of the calculator, but no matter how careful you are, the battery compartment door will break. I've had four of them, and the same exact thing happened to every one of them, without ever having been dropped or abused in any way. The plastic holding the battery compartment door has broken off and been laying on the desk without the caluclator even having been touched. When it breaks in this manner, the batteries loose contact and all data is lost. It's to bad an otherwise great product has to have a design flaw like this.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Anita R. Figueras on May 25, 2000
I really love my HP Business Consultant - even though I don't use half of the features that it offers. What I like the best: 1) shows you the results of your last three calculations - a real timesaver when you're doing comparisons; 2) remembers your last calculations even after you turn it off; 3) great rolodex feature that I use a lot; 4) a great travel alarm clock; 5) lot of functions available with a minimum of keystrokes; 6) easy to read display; 7) solid construction. The calculator is a bit bulky and is heavier than other calculators, but it helps me so much, it is worth it. I use it at work a lot instead of the calculators and adding machines provided, it is so much superior. Mine lasted for10 trouble-free years. Some of the keys are just starting to malfuntion, and I will replace it with the same model. Not too many electronic items that haven't been improved in 10 years - this is a very useful classic!
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Brian W. Kulik on October 19, 2000
I was surprised at how OLD this thing is - the manual is from the early eighties, and that's the kind of technology you get. For example, it has the ACRS table (depreciation for tax purposes) in it's memory, yet that was replaced years ago by Modified ACRS (or MACRS), so that calculator's function is obsolete and therefore useless. I did just as well, even better, with a "cheap" yet functional TI BA-35 Solar for things like quick TVM calculations. And if you're going to spend over $100 on a calculator, why not buy a decent graphing calculator? Things like histograms with this 19BII are a total joke compared to them. I really wish that HP would make a 19BIII model. They could give this thing some REAL statistical graphing capability, make a higher resolution graphing display, update the functions, give it an algebraic entry option, replace the ACRS with MACRS, etc. Until then, I'll be using my graphing calculator.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Heynard L. Paz-Chow on May 10, 2003
Well, if you are serious about having a calculator that does it all and you are willing to invest the time in learning how to use it, then the HP19B II is for you. The calculator was way ahead of its time when it was introduced in the 1990's, and still has plenty of intricacies that many do not possess today. First, there is the ability to switch to any foreing language, decimal notation and most importantly the programming feature. This feature allows you to construct your own formulas, regardless of the type of business you are currently using such formulas. In addition, graphics can help in seeing your computation, although the screen is a bit too small, yet the point is to graph your computation to give you an understanding and guidance. Second, you can make appointments, reminders and a contact lists in the memory, however you must be very compact with it. Thirdly is the feature that allows you to write text!! While studying, I found this very helpful in remembering definitions and terms. Finally, the HP19BII even has an intra signal to send data to a HP printer, but such printers are hard to find and the printed results vary in quality. Make no mistake, this calculator is for the serious and in depth professional whether in statistics, finance and math. If you are a beginner, then my suggestion is try the Texas Instrument TI BAII Plus. It has many of the same featureas of the HP19B II at a fraction of the price and can stand on its own for many finance, statistic and other mathematical functions, but lack the foreign currency conversion, text, appointment reminders and programming features. On the other hand, if you really want a calculator to last you for more than 10yrs and make it an everyday companion, then the HP19B II is it!!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 25, 2001
I've had a love for HP calculators since high-school and one of the joys of my first "real job" was the paycheck I earned that allowed me to 'upgrade' from the HP12C to the 19BII. That being said -
Since I bought my machine almost a decade ago (how time flies) things have changed a lot. I would now longer see the HP19BII as a PDA although I did once. The Alpha Keys seemed to be the best thing in the world once, but now I would have to say that they are an inconvenience. This is a machine always stuck between two worlds. It is bigger an clunkyer than my elegant HP12C ( and it is more delicate) at the same time it offers less in the way of features than my Palm Pilot (when you consider all the programs I can download).
The machine can operate either in HP's famous RPN way or as a normal calculator with algebraic entry. Honestly I almost never use the AOS mode but it has been nice for when I let others use the machine. When I have used the AOS entry I have not felt that it was well done on the machine.
I do still use the HP on a regular basis it resides in my desk at home. However this is not the kind of top of the line unit that I would bother to keep in my briefcase anymore
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