HP 12C Programmable 10-Digit LCD Financial Calculator Platinum Edition F2231AA $47.99 + f/s

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I loved this calculator! I bought mine sometime back in the late 80's. It was such a great calculator that it is essentially unchanged after all these years. I sold it on eBay several years ago when I bought RealCalc for my phone so I could have an RPN calculator with me all the time. I do miss the loan/payment functions of the HP. If you want a stand-alone calculator, this is the best! 

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I paid more when I bought mine in 1987 (and I still use it). I have a 15C as well.

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For a person who often deal with numbers, it is very useful. I have searched in many websites, this price is very reasonable.

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Price compare with Amazon rated 4.5 stars Price compare

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They forgot to include an = key. (TI-55 owner here)

Do they offer a spell check device OP?

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WDEagle said:   They forgot to include an = key. (TI-55 owner here)

Do they offer a spell check device OP?

  This is an RPN calculator. It has an ENTER key instead.

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kenmarks said:   I loved this calculator! I bought mine sometime back in the late 80's. It was such a great calculator that it is essentially unchanged after all these years. I sold it on eBay several years ago when I bought RealCalc for my phone so I could have an RPN calculator with me all the time. I do miss the loan/payment functions of the HP. If you want a stand-alone calculator, this is the best! 
This isn't the same one you bought in the late 80's.  It's a substantially cheaper feeling version made in China.

I have a 16C (programmer version made in USA) from back then and it's very solid and the keys feel much better.  I also have this Chinese version of the 12C that replaced my old HP-80 (70's version, $400) and I would say it's worth the money for sure, but definitely not the same quality as the old USA made ones.

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littleswallow said:   
WDEagle said:   They forgot to include an = key. (TI-55 owner here)

Do they offer a spell check device OP?

  This is an RPN calculator. It has an ENTER key instead.

  Yeah, I know.  I had to chose between a TI and a HP back in 1976 when I was in College (Engineering Major.)  My TI cost ~$100 which = ~ $418 in today's dollars.

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