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HP 12c, 15c Calculators Come to iPhone

Hewlett-Packard's calculators have been a main stay in the scientific and financial communities for years, and everyone can get their inner nerd on now that iPhone versions of the HP 12c and 15c are available at Apple's App Store.

The software-based versions of the calculators match the look of their real-world counterparts, include the same mathematic functions, use the same ROM code found in the originals, and are programmable as well.

All three are available for download at the App Store. The HP 12c is priced at US$14.99, and the HP 15c costs $29.99.

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geoduck said:

Full Circle Alert
In the 1980’s the HP ‘10 Series’ was where I came into computing.
The hard part would be remembering how to work in Reverse Polish

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Bill Taroli said:

Or you can just get it for FREE via jailbreak and Cydia as “HPCalc” ... oh that one has 11, 12, 15, and 16… all in one.

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deasys said:

Yo, Bill: your FREE “HPCalc” doesn’t work in iPhone 3.0.

Is the developer incompetent or merely lazy? Or perhaps he doesn’t feel like working for FREE anymore? I guess we’ll never know…

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Cary said:

How about the grandaddy of business calculators…the 19B !!

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