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Casio Classpad 330

by Casio

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Model NumberClassPad 330 Plus
Product Dimensions21.5 x 15 x 5 cm
Batteries:4 AAA batteries required. (included)
Manufacturer Part NumberCLASSPAD330PLUS
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Best Sellers Rank 196,484 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight721 g
Date First Available26 Jan 2012
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Casio ClassPad 330 Plus

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mauro Luis Neves on 21 Feb 2013
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Hi all! I have a HP50 and a Texas Ti Nspire CX CAS and I was curious about Casio ClassPad 330 Plus so I decided to bought one to evaluate. Comparing these 3 models, HP50 is a nice calculator mainly for engineering but it is an old fashion school model and you have almost to be an expert to extract the power of this calculator, some people love RPN system and in fact it's a faster way to work if you are used. TI Nspire CX CAS has an elegant design and a very easy to use menu, it's easy to create your own programs and functions, has a good PC software to manage and create notes, docs, functions, programs and so on, there is a color and clean display and everthing you can do in a HP50 you can do with TI Nspire CX Cas easier, it's very easy and intuitive to navigate even without RPN logic.
Casio ClassPad 330 Plus has a good CAS and O.S system and an interesting menu system, it's easy to navigate and differently of HP50 and TI Nspire CX CAS, ClassPad 330 Plus has Fourier Transform, Inverse Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace Transform, FFT, IFFT, Heavise function and Delta Dirac function and it works fine.
The problem about Casio ClassPad 330 Plus is the poor quality of construction with a ridiculous cover system and the worst thing is, the display has no backlight and over it has a touchpad that works like a dark skin so it's too dificult to see the texts and draws even adjusting the contrast. It's too dificult to work with the machine on a table because the view angle. You need to hold it and try to find the best angle in an enviroment with a very goog lighting, just to work reasonably.
In my oppinion, TI Nspire CX CAS is the best option in the market, I just would like some Casio ClassPad functions in it but I can live without it waiting some improvements from Texas Instruments in a near future.

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