Casio FX991EX by EEV blogger

06172018, 08:53 AM
(This post was last modified: 06172018 09:07 PM by tcab.)
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Casio FX991EX by EEV blogger
An enthusiastic review of a new Casio calculator by Dave the famous EEV blogger from Australia. He seems to appreciate calculators, so he’s ok in my book.
https://youtu.be/IsIKyt64Tt4 Interestingly he entered an equation using the engineering u symbol but when I performed that calculation on the prime I got a syntax error. ? 

06172018, 10:45 AM
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RE: Casio FX991EX by EEV blogger
(06172018 08:53 AM)tcab Wrote: An enthusiastic review of a new Casio calculator by Dave the famous EEV blogger from Australia. He seems to appreciate calculators, so he’s ok ? in my book. That's a segment extracted from a video posted on his main channel nearly 3 years ago (20150825). https://youtu.be/g65sCqZc5Ug?t=27m44s And that was how I first found out about that calculator and ordered one from an Indian seller on eBay. 

06172018, 11:26 AM
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RE: Casio FX991EX by EEV blogger
Hmm well it popped up on his EEV Blog channel #2. a week ago (June 2018). Is he recycling content? Dunno. And his main channel has this related Casio calculator video only a week ago too https://youtu.be/wF3xKFOJ804
Personally it's got to be programmable to be a real calculator  and none if his are . But I love his enthusiasm for real calculators. He had a nice review of a HP85 once too, I remember. 

06172018, 12:48 PM
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RE: Casio FX991EX by EEV blogger
(06172018 11:26 AM)tcab Wrote: Hmm well it popped up on his EEV Blog channel #2. a week ago (June 2018). Is he recycling content? Dunno. And his main channel has this related Casio calculator video only a week ago too https://youtu.be/wF3xKFOJ804 He showed his DM15L near the end of that Casio fx260 Solar II video. He's also featured a HP41CV a couple of times, including a teardown video. https://youtu.be/R4V1xPHL804?t=13m38s (mailbag) https://youtu.be/mGFJQxAbWeY (teardown) 

06192018, 12:51 AM
(This post was last modified: 06192018 09:42 AM by tcab.)
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RE: Casio FX991EX by EEV blogger
(06172018 08:53 AM)tcab Wrote: Interestingly he entered an equation using the engineering u symbol but when I performed that calculation on the prime I got a syntax error. ? So any idea how to do this same calculation on e.g. the Prime? See attached screen shot. Can the Prime's corresponding symbol be used? 

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