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Wed Jul 2 22:07:11 CEST 2008
Rodolphe Ortalo <rodolphe.ortalo at free.fr> writes:
> do you think a student should have raw access to
I'm an engineering student and I've been looking everywhere for a
calculator with a bigger screen and better dot pitch with colors and
being able to tilt the screen or attach a usb screen so I don't have
to lean forward and get neck injuries.
There is a free project out there aiming to produce a free hardware
calculator. The big problem is that even if I found one, I might not
be able to use it, because a calculator has to be certified by the
It's really not good to use one calculator for working, then have to
use a normal crappy calculator for exams.
It's a problem to think of, if we're putting r and octave into a
device marketed as a calculator.
There's definitely a market, though, cause all calculators on the
market are so damn crappy, it's a joke.
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