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Yes, it comes with an adaptor that has both european and UK power connectors possibilities.
By I.P. on 14 January 2015
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not too bad, it has an illuminated scree, and can be plugged into usb to charge. I have used a Prime all morning, say 4 hours and the battery was about half done.
By Mr. M. Macrae on 14 June 2016
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The CD that came with the calculator should have all you need to transfer programs onto and off the device.
You can vary the screen brightness by holding down the ON button and pressing either + or -.
I don't think you can change the font size - I may be wrong.… see more
The CD that came with the calculator should have all you need to transfer programs onto and off the device.
You can vary the screen brightness by holding down the ON button and pressing either + or -.
I don't think you can change the font size - I may be wrong.
Hope this helps.
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By Martin T. on 15 June 2016
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Yes, mine was rev C, but cannot guarantee that all is. You can check it under Help -> About HP Prime. There's software version, CAS version, hardware version.
By Alvar Laigna on 10 December 2016
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Yes, it has the application, but i haven't use it due to the lack of the equipment. Try to find an emulator of the HP prime to check it for yourself.
By Makis K. on 15 June 2016
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I don't know, the picture of the nw280aa is the calculator I own but nowhere on my calculator does it say that model number. I actually prefer the TI inspire CAS however (I own both)
By Mr. A Carroll on 12 September 2014
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You don't need a PC for any of the features on this calculator. However if you want to use the HP connectivity kit that seems to mostly work with Windows 10, although it does have a habit of crashing. Also beware of USB3 ports if you go to upgrade the firmware, it doesn't play nicely with them (although the latest upda… see more You don't need a PC for any of the features on this calculator. However if you want to use the HP connectivity kit that seems to mostly work with Windows 10, although it does have a habit of crashing. Also beware of USB3 ports if you go to upgrade the firmware, it doesn't play nicely with them (although the latest update claims to have fixed that).
Just to confirm that this calculator is running a custom OS, and there is no way of getting Windows of any variety to run *on* the calculator, but the software to manage the calculator does work (mostly) with Win 10. see less

By R. Phipps on 31 December 2015
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Hi there,
I'm sorry but this cannot be used as it uses Computerised Algebra Systems which are prohbited

By Oxford Educational Supplies Li… SELLER on 10 July 2015
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To just use it, it doesn't ever need to be plugged in on your pc/mac... that is unless u want to firmware upgrade it. For that u have the cable in the box, go to hp.com and instal the lastest versions of stuff and u good to go. I have never did any upgrades and it works just fine as it came one year ago :)
By Erich S. on 17 July 2015
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