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Fast, powerful financial calculator makes it easy to solve business, financial, statistical, and math calculations accurately and quickly. Ideal for students or practicing professionals. Easy-to-learn and easy-to-use HP10bllPlus Financial Calculator features probability distributions functions, a topic required in many intro statistics classes, and meets the requirements for the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, and College Board AP (Advanced Placement) tests. Dedicated keys provide fast access to common financial and statistical functions. 10 types of financial and statistical calculations include trigonometry, hyperbolics, perm/comb, depreciation, bonds, breakeven, algebraic hierarchy, random numbers, date calculations, and probability distributions. Calculator offers both chain algebraic and algebraic entry-system logic and lets you store up to 22 numbers for use later. Clear, easy-to-read, 12-character LCD has adjustable contrast. Calculator also includes batteries and a protective sleeve.
Product Title: HP (Hewlett-Packard) 10bII+ Financial Calculator
Manufacturer: HP (Hewlett-Packard)
Power Score: 4.1 | 9 Reviews
Power Source: Battery
Type: Business/Financial Calculator
Weight: 2.82 oz - With batteries
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (9)
Great financial calculator!
Keeping up with the HP name, this is a great quality calculator. It is well built and performs many necessary financial calculations. The little carrying pouch it comes with is a great added touch as well.
By TysAri08 on HP - Mar 3, 2013
HP 10bll+ Financial Calculatot
Works very well, has many features. I've been usung financial calulatoes for 40 years, they come in handy for small jobs and can be carried in a shirt pocket. This calulator is up too or ahead of the many I have used.
By Backwoodscracker on HP - Oct 27, 2012
Best handheld calculator?
I graduated with a BS of Mechanical Engineering in the mid-eighties. I extensively used many classic HP calculators like the HP-41 in its V and X versions. I currently own an HP-15C, an HP-17BII, HP-27S and other middle liners pioneers, including an HP-21S and an HP-10B in its original pioneer iteration. Said that, just to warrant I know previous HP calculator quality fairly well. This new...
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I graduated with a BS of Mechanical Engineering in the mid-eighties. I extensively used many classic HP calculators like the HP-41 in its V and X versions. I currently own an HP-15C, an HP-17BII, HP-27S and other middle liners pioneers, including an HP-21S and an HP-10B in its original pioneer iteration. Said that, just to warrant I know previous HP calculator quality fairly well. This new HP-10BII+ is light, its display is crystal clear and has great contrast, the keyboard has a firm click feel and all the functions are a couple of keys away. A calculator is all about human-machine interface. This calculator is well rounded as a device with simple and straight to the point interfacing. It allows quick execution of its functions that are way beyond any other calculator of its class/price. Personally, I prefer to have only basic functionality in a calculator, anything more complex goes to either, Mathematica, Excel, SAS or R in a computer. The function set in the HP-10BII+ is a good example of an almost ideal set before to need a computer. What else could be asked for in a calculator of this price? As an engineer working now in management, that requires occasional basic arithmetic, some business estimation to crack numbers when analyzing financial statement in a board room or verifying a formula results in excel and the likes, I cannot think in a better match for a calculator to have handy. Besides it looks classy without being outdated. Once, a recent graduated engineer, when saw my HP-15C in my desk told me, Ah! My grandfather used to have one calculator like that, are you really that old? I am pretty sure I will not need to explain my age to anybody using this nice updated classy calculator.
By Nexus07 on HP - Sep 14, 2012
keys are HORRIBLE feeling
I am sad. As someone who has owned HP-01, 35, 80, 45, 91, 65, 41CX, 18C, 19, 32S, 49G, 110, 300, 9862A, 3585B (and almost ALL available accessories), ALL good quality products, this one has a key feel as though you got it in a ceral box for free.
By mstrong1 on HP - May 11, 2012
I just replaced my beloved HP10 business calculator from 1987 (yeah, it still works 100%) with this brand new HP10bII+ and my world was updated beautifully. All the functions I require, including additional stats and trig. Fast, well designed, and with similar/few keystrokes. Incredibly priced and very satisfying to use.
By filmbiz on HP - Feb 8, 2012