Well it’s about time that a device that would help me survive advanced Algebra, Calculus and other intense science courses would finally surface — though unfortunately it’s about a decade too late. But for students today, HP has got them spoiled with their newest contribution to the world of computated mathematics.
An unprecedented, super-svelte and stunning new graphing calculator, the HP Prime (a punny name, I like that) rocks a 3.5-inch color display with multi-touch capability and a slew of pre-installed applications to aid in solving any problem dialed into it — including four ‘solver apps’ to find answers speedy quick with minimal effort. It runs on a Lithium-ion battery, accessed through a back panel and is thin enough to fit in your breast pocket, behind your pencil protector.
As you can see in the video below, it’s a classy piece of equipment and probably unnecessary for the average person who isn’t enrolled in a college-level math class, does not work in a number-crunching industry or neither do they solve intense math problems just for fun (it sounds crazy but that type of person must exist. Right?)
Pricing and availability are yet to be released but you can stay updated and find more information at HP’s website.
My only question is simple but it’s crucial: can it do the “2318008” trick?