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HP 50g Graphing Calculator

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  • New display upgrade--the new HP 50g display features a 30% increase in usable space over the HP 49g+
  • New powerful SD card slot allows you to format your card right in the calculator and expand memory
  • Massive 2.5 MB total memory--512 KB RAM plus 2 MB flash ROM for performing future upgrades**
  • New larger equation library and 2300+ built-in functions--ideal for both professionals and students
  • The choice of efficient RPN, Textbook or Algebraic data entry
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The new HP 50g Graphing Calculator provides the best in power, flexibility and connectivity for math, science and engineering professionals and college students. It now features a more capable SD card slot, 2.5 MB total memory, new RS232 and USB connectivity and a built-in intelligent editor that gives you more capability than ever before.

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The new HP 50g Graphing Calculator provides optimum power, flexibility and connectivity for math, science, and engineering professionals, as well as college students. Featuring a more capable SD card slot, 2.5 MB total memory (512 KB, 2 MB Flash ROM), RS232 and USB connectivity, and a built-in intelligent editor,


A large, high-contrast display clearly shows every important part of a formula, calculation, or graph.


The 50g boasts expansive memory, thanks to an SD card slot. View larger.
this system gives you more capabilities than ever before. Compact, portable, and simple to operate, the 50g features a 30 percent increase in usable space over the HP 49g, and handles complex computations with ease.

Powerful, Innovative Design For Fast, Accurate Computation
The 50g features easy-to-use, powerful tools that students and professionals can rely on for years of performance, including built-in graphing functions, constants, and applications. This calculator also offers built-in lessons and step-by-step problem solving examples to help illustrate abstract concepts. Choose between efficient RPN (Reverse Polish Notation), Textbook, or Algebraic data entry and rest assured that expansive memory (with SD card slot) means the 50g can handle even the most complex calculations. Graphing features include 2-D function, polar, and parametric plot, as well as 3-D, differential equation, and bar plot.

The 50g's large, high-contrast display with adjustable font type and size clearly shows every important part of a formula, calculation, or graph so you'll be able to clearly read and analyze your results. In addition, you can isolate and evaluate sub-expressions using the intelligent editor, while also cutting, pasting and copying objects as needed. Finally, the large equation library and over 2,300 built-in functions make this calculator ideal for both professionals and students.

What's in the Box
50G graphing calculator, batteries, user's manual, CD (connectivity software and advanced user's guide), USB cable, and premium pouch.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1 x 3.5 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000GTPRPS
  • Item model number: HP50G
  • Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (614 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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294 of 300 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 29, 2011
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Why I Like the 50g

* The Controversy

If you google "TI v. HP" you can find dozens of discussions by partisans of both brands of
calculators arguing for the relative merits of the their favorite model. These days, the two models
under discussion are the TI-89 from Texas Instruments and the HP-50g from Hewlett-Packard. Almost
inevitably, the discussion goes straight into whether the Algebraic or RPN entry method is better.

I can summarize the argument pretty quickly: "RPN saves one or two keystrokes." "Maybe, but
Algebraic is easier to learn---it's just like the way you would write it." From there, someone might
mention the number of built in functions for each, 850 versus 820, or the speed of solving an
integral, 1.2 versus 1.1 seconds.

I find these arguments almost completely irrelevant to the things that draw me to a calculator, and
I tire at their repetition. I will put my cards on the table right now. I far prefer the HP50g for
reasons I will discuss in a second. I own a TI-89 and the really cooler TI-92 plus with the full
alphabetic keyboard, and they are both fantastic calculators. But the HP-50g is "fun" in a way
that's hard to explain in a post. It is *not* RPN, or at least not RPN in isolation from the whole
ecosystem of the HP-50g, that makes it fun.

* The Stack

I don't know why but the HP's stack hardly ever figures into these discussions, yet to me, it is the
indispensable facility of the HP-50g that gives it its elegance. You probably have some idea of what
a stack is, but if you don't the concept is easy, but powerful.
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319 of 330 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Stuart Gitlow TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2006
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It's 10/5/06 and I'm editing this review right up front with the first paragraph, because this little calc has a problem that I hadn't noticed initially. The new HP keys, as I describe below, are great. They have a solid click and a good rollover ability - meaning that you can push the number 1, then push the number 2 before letting go of the 1 entirely, and you'll still get "12" on the screen. That's perfect. Here's the downside: Rapidly enter the number "1100." Click-click-click-click. And yet my screen says "10." Why? Because a rapid double-click of a numeric key results in the calculator noticing only the first click. If a typewriter worked that way, I'd be attending metings every day instead of meetings.

**UPDATE - 10/14/06** One of the commands available, not documented in the 50g material, but documented for several earlier HP calculators, is a KEYTIME command. Quite simply, replacing the default keytime with "500" eliminates missed keystrokes. This corrects the problem I described above.

And now back to my original review:

First, the keypad issue has been addressed with this model, and each key has a feel that is similar to the HP41 - just about perfect for data entry without needing to look at the keypad. Now all that's necessary is for HP to return to the complex keys that allowed for print both on the top surface and the beveled edge; that would allow for some improvement in the user interface. But overall this is a major step forward from the HP49 line.

Next, the display is bright and legible with good contrast. These multiline displays still aren't quite as good as the single line displays from years past in terms of visibility at odd angles but we're coming close.
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85 of 91 people found the following review helpful By KG on August 17, 2006
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At first I was somewhat disappointed with the HP50G, since it essentially has the same form factor and functionality as the HP49G+ (which I also own). Just changing the color doesn't justify a new model designation, IMHO. Wait a tick... the keyboard seems a bit better... played with it for awhile... switched back to the HP49G+... ack! I never noticed how horrendous the keyboard was on the HP49G+. The keyboard on the HP50G is velvet in comparison. If you have been frustrated by the clunky, clicky keyboard on the HP49G+, then the HP50G is the answer. Otherwise, stick with the HP49G+, since it is essentially the same calculator.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By William B. Zimmerly on April 17, 2007
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I've had my HP-50G since 2/24/2007 after purchasing it from Amazon. I also own a TI-89 Titanium. The TI-89 Titanium is in my humble opinion an easier machine to use, but less powerful than the HP-50G. More functionality and power tends to mean a steeper learning curve, so if you want the most powerful, choose the HP-50G, if you want one that is initially easier to use, choose the TI-89 Titanium. Either way, you can't go wrong as they are both fine machines.

Having said that, here is why I prefer the HP-50G:

1. First off, it offers both Algebraic and RPN modes natively.

2. The CAS is powerful and can be set up for step-by-step simplification (collection or expansion of terms).

3. RPL is a *LOT* more powerful and (again, in my humble opinion) simpler -- you can do a lot more with far fewer keystrokes than with TI's BASIC.

4. The SD Card slot is perfect for transferring programs and HP Objects between the calculator and the PC.

5. It has a built-in Equation Library, SysRPL, as well as an ARM Assembler/Disassembler and Saturn processor emulator. (Translation: it is a Geek's "Dream Machine". :)

There are many other reasons that I prefer the HP over the TI, but those are the highlights.

There are some neat "Easter Eggs" hidden in the HP as well, including a great Tetris game. (Run the Equation Writer application, click ALPHA-ALPHA to lock it, enter MINEISBETTER, click ALPHA to turn off the alpha lock, then click the up arrow and press SIMP (F6). All of the flags must be in their factory-release setting too.) Viola - Tetris!
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