HP Prime micro sd

06092017, 11:12 AM
(This post was last modified: 12192017 08:51 PM by matthiaspaul.)
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RE: HP Prime micro sd
Either way, missing SDSC/SDHC card support remains an often mentioned downside of the Prime. It might make sense to limit data exchange capabilities on a device targetted for schools/pupils, but at the same time it makes the device less attractive for more advanced users, be it for "offline" backup and "longtime" storage/logging, for storage of extralarge data items, or for easier data exchange with other devices without a need for USB.
Actually, I'm hoping for something like a "Prime Pro" in a number of years with added features: * SDSC/SDHC card with FAT12/FAT16/FAT32 support * optional capability to use standard AA or AAA batteries/NiMH rechargeables. Available capacity of standard batteries will significantly increase over the years, whereas proprietary LithiumIon battery packs will be impossible to obtain new in five to ten years. * builtin beeper * selectable much larger display fonts * userRPL * direct support for turns (360° = 2*pi rad = 400 gon = 1 turn) as a fourth angular mode (not only as a unit) in addition to degrees/radians/gons * support for integer and floatingpoint numbers in any base 2 to 16 * support for special functions for computer scientists/programmers (including but not limited to all functions of the HP16C) * (even in decimal mode) optional number entry in binary Enotation (on doublepress of EE or by using "B" for *2^ instead of "E" for *10^) and toggle display (single press of button) between decimal and binary scientific / engineering notation for easy adhoc conversion between SI and IEC prefixes (not only as unit prefixes, but for any displayed numbers) * exponent shifting in scientific notation (+/1) as well as in decimal (+/3) and binary (+/10) engineering notation * full set of trigonometric / hyperbolic functions (as suggested in old thread) * more detailrefined UI (as suggested in old thread) * support for some kind of ASCIIbased TIO codes to use instead of Unicode in source code (in order to "enter" Unicode characters on platforms not supporting them). At the minimum something like \nnnnn, where nnnnn is the code point of the Unicode character. * bugfree operating system Greetings, Matthias  "Programs are poems for computers." 

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HP Prime micro sd  math7  06082017, 12:07 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  pier4r  06082017, 12:51 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  math7  06082017, 01:33 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  Tim Wessman  06082017, 02:06 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  toml_12953  06082017, 10:11 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  Tyann  06082017, 10:54 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  Tim Wessman  06082017, 03:10 PM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  math7  06092017, 01:20 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  math7  06082017, 06:38 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  pier4r  06082017, 08:37 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  math7  06092017, 01:10 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  matthiaspaul  06092017 11:12 AM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  toml_12953  06092017, 12:09 PM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  matthiaspaul  06112017, 09:41 PM
RE: HP Prime micro sd  toml_12953  06122017, 01:26 AM
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