Sharp EL-9600 Graphing calculator

General specifications
Type Graphing calculator
Production years 2000 - -
New price -
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU -
I/O -
Performance index 0
Entry method Formula entry
Precision 14 digits
Advanced functions

Forensic result -

Graphing calculator: Sharp EL-9600
Programming model Formula programming
Programming features

Program display Formula
Program editing Formula entry
Programming 24 kB
Data 24 kB
Secondary 0
Functions + -
Type LCD
Size 9664 pixels
LWH 1788925 mm
Weight 283 g
Batteries 4AAA + 1CR2025
External power -
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Nice calculator, functionally more than complete, but the user interface needs some work. As it is now, the user interface gets in the way. Somewhere I once read that someone at Hewlett Packard said, way back in the days of the HP 41, something like (ad lib) "the user interface is the main problem for adding more functionality to calculators". The problem is, of course that that is true. So far I've only found one modern (2001) calculator that makes excellent use of formulae entry combined with a nice interface, the Casio fx-82TL.


Graphing calculator: Sharp EL-9600

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