+1 - very much agree - would be cool to bring some rpn calculator to schools/universities - and for that some functionality need to be removed and price should be managable too.budmur wrote: ↑Fri May 28, 2021 7:58 pmMichael mentioned that the new product would be "keystroke programmable". I'd love it if they could produce a non-programmable variant. There are many exams (I have one scheduled tomorrow morning) where programmable calculators aren't allowed. This takes every RPN/RPL calculator made in the last 40 years off the list of acceptable devices.
In addition, rpn approach has much more educational value - classical infix approach is more or less just copying symbols from paper to calculator - no need for any thinking or understanding.
And finally - for future of rpn we would need some usage by young people in schools/universities.