About this item
- Choice of RPN or Algebraic entry system logic.
- Delivers a large two-line alphanumeric display with adjustable contrast, raised edges to protect the keys and a robust library of built-in functions and constants.
- Same time with an impressive array of programmable scientific functions.
- Have confidence that every time you turn on your calculator you make, results in dependable, worry-free performance and accurate results.
Professionals and college students have the flexibility no other scientific calculator can offer with the choice of RPN or Algebraic entry system logic. Delivers a large two-line alphanumeric display with adjustable contrast, raised edges to protect the keys and a robust library of built-in functions and constants. Same time with an impressive array of programmable scientific functions. Power Source(s): Battery; Display Notation: Engineering; Numeric; Number of Display Digits: 14; Display Characters x Display Lines: 12 x 2.
Dimensions (Overall): 6.12 inches (L) x 3.25 inches (W) x .72 inches thick
Display Size: 2-lines x 12-characters
Includes: Protective Cover
Tests Approved For: SAT II Math IIC, SAT II Math IC, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, ACT, SAT I, PSAT
Features: Calculators: Multi-line Display
Number of Functions: 100
Power Source: Battery-powered
Battery: 2 CR2032 Lithium, Required, included
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 081-16-0531
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Most recent reviews
Few Choises for RPN Calculators
2 out of 5 stars
ChristopherH — 3 months ago
I've got an old HP11c that still works perfectly to this day. I've gone through two HP32sii that have had keypad faults rendering them useless but I really liked its features. So I've broken down and bought the 35s. The displays is very nice. The keypad feels very cheap. Even worst than the 32s...see moreof the reviewer's review
C’mon HP, Improve Quality!
1 out of 5 stars
Disappointed75 — 9 months ago
Keys don’t register properly, some click, others don’t. As the keys are the main factor inputting data into the machine, poor key quality means poor quality overall. C’mon HP, improve quality!see moreof the reviewer's review
HP 35s scientific calculator
5 out of 5 stars
dday — 10 months ago
This calculator replaced my 48s that died. I never came close to using all the features, and this has all the features I need for quick calculations at my desk. I have grown up with HP and RPN way of entering numbers.see moreof the reviewer's review
'Tan' key non-functional when received
1 out of 5 stars
DeadKeyWhenReceived — 1 year ago
The HP 35s calculator's 'Tan' key did not work when received. (There is a self-check technique for checking each key - I strongly suggest doing this when you get your calculator.) The short lifetime for the keyboard (zero lifetime in my case) seems to be a recurring theme in many of the reviews here...see moreof the reviewer's review
Feels like home- almost
5 out of 5 stars
civiltech63 — 1 year ago
After over 28 years with an HP32s, I finally had to replace my trusty calculator. (Which, by the way, should show the reliability and sturdiness of HP hardware.) And the 35s is just like my 32- almost. Some functions have moved on the keyboard, which is playing hob with "muscle memory" keyboard entr...see moreof the reviewer's review
This is an excellent calculator. hp41/42 better
4 out of 5 stars
Jack61 — 1 year ago
This is a good calculator because it preserves the superior RPN format, but it has gone backwards from the hp41/42 in terms of quality and usability. For example, take the square root of -1 on an HP42, and you get the correct imaginary answer. If you do the same thing on the HP35s, it will give you ...see moreof the reviewer's review