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HP 300s+ Scientific Calculator

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Arm yourself with the sophisticated HP 300s+ Scientific Calculator with advanced arithmetic, algebraic and trigonometric functions to tackle your most challenging math and science courses.


Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

Product specifications

Best used for

General Math; Algebra; Trigonometry; Statistics; Science

Built-in functions

315

Statistical functions

Combination; permutation; table -based statistics data editor with 2-variable statistics; random numbers; summary statistics and regression analysis

Math functions

Metric conversions; simultaneous equations; simplification; integer division; GCD/ LCM; prime factorization

Memory registers

9

Color

Black

Power

Battery: LR44 x 1; Solar cell built into front of calculator

Power off memory protection

Yes

Auto power off

5 minutes

Display

Linear display; 31 x 96 dots x 15 digits

Display type

4-line LCD, textbook format display

Dimensions (W X D X H)

3.04 x 0.59 x 5.79 in

Weight

3.95 oz

Warranty

Limited 1 year warranty

What's in the box

Calculator; slide-on protective cover; battery; user guide

Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

  • Free shipping & free returns

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from terrific I love it, great calculate
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product Great product, works well, excellent price. Only negative is the finish shows lots of fingerprints, but that's just the OC in me coming out.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A lot of calculator for the price Three things first: 1. The HP-300s+ calculator does not have RPN logic. If you'd rather have RPN capability, go for a different model like the HP-35s. 2. The HP-300s+ does not have the excellent, double-molded hinged keys seen in classic HP calculators. The HP-300s+ keys lack tactile feedback and are no better than are those seen on all but the cheapest of calculators. 3. The calculator is not programmable. A prospective buyer should read the online manual before purchasing to make sure that necessary functions are included as gaps can't be covered by programming. And the rest: The HP-300s+ offers a lot of functionality for its price. Almost every scientific function needed by a high school student is there, and I'd guess that most college students with majors outside the hard sciences or business would be satisfied as well. It's a nice addition to a student's backpack and its low price means not too many tears if it were lost or stolen. The four line LCD display is easily readable under classroom and office lighting. That same lighting also powers the HP-300s+ while a small battery provides back-up capability. The displayed digits are not very large, but you'll get more of them compared with other models. There has been a considerable effort made by the designers to support the graphical representation of radicands, subscripts, superscripts, parentheses, et cetera as they would appear in a formula from a textbook. Formulas can also be edited without much difficulty using the cursor keys. Having a formula represented in a natural manner is, to me, a requirement for any calculator with algebraic entry. Having to rely on the correctness of hidden pending operations and parentheses placement is the bane of old style algebraic calculators and that's why I don't use such models. So while the HP-300s+ lacks RPN, at least it shields a user from hidden hazards. The HP-300s+ has an "alpha" shift key, but only nine letters are available. Each can be used as a memory label for storing a value. The "On" key is slightly recessed to help prevent accidental activation. The "Off" key requires a shift as it should. The shifted operation legends are printed in blue on black and are not as easily seen as the higher contrast blue on white legends on the HP-10s+. The HP-300s+ has four small rubber feet on its back and another set of four on the back of its separate case; a nice feature when compared to the near useless feet on the HP-10s+ which are just hard plastic without any grip. The calculator supports twenty pairs of conversion functions. These are indexed by a two digit code on a cheat sheet attached to the inside of the separate hard back. The calculator will display the conversion function, but only after the function is selected by its index. One would think that the cheat sheet would be better if it were attached to either the back of the hard case or the back of the calculator. In summary, the HP-300s+ is a good value. Compared to the slightly less expensive HP-10s+, it has a few more functions and provides a much better display of a formula. It's worth your consideration; if for some reason you buy one and don't like it, you could always gift it to a deserving student.
Date published: 2014-03-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from sorry Display is too dark . Have to pick up and tilt to read.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Poor hardware, key presses often don't register, and it gives incorrect results for statistical values such as medians and quartiles unless you order the data in ascending order before you input it (in which case you wouldn't need the calculator to tell you the median). This is not disclosed int he user manual and will cause people errors.
Date published: 2017-11-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Should not have HP onit Build quality, design, owners manual, and operation are not what should be expected from HP. Look for mine at Goodwill.
Date published: 2017-06-17
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Arm yourself with the sophisticated HP 300s+ Scientific Calculator with advanced arithmetic, algebraic and trigonometric functions to tackle your most challenging math and science courses.

Sophisticated design.

Work in low-light conditions with solar power plus battery backup.

Help protect your HP 300s+ from bumps and drops with the durable slide-on cover.

Easily view equations on the sleek 60.5mm x 24.3mm LCD display.

User-friendly architecture.

See expressions as you would on paper. View your entry and the result at the same time with a student-friendly, 4-line, 15-character textbook display.

Improve accuracy and efficiency – use navigation keys to scroll through equations and edit recent entries.

Display results in your choice of engineering, scientific or standard notation.

Store and recall important results and data with nine easy-to-use memory keys.

Ideal for math and science students.

Solve math and science problems efficiently using 315 built-in functions.

Use a full library of algebraic, logarithmic, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions as well as their inverses.

Calculate common probability functions including permutations, combinations and factorials.

Approved for use on most college placement exams.

Advanced features.

Streamline prime factorization, whole number division, fraction reduction and GCF/LCM calculations with built-in tools.

Convert from decimals to fractions. Make metric and imperial unit conversions.

Easily enter one and two-variable statistical data with table-based editor. Calculate mean, standard deviation, variance, regression analysis and more.

Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

Product specifications

Best used for

General Math; Algebra; Trigonometry; Statistics; Science

Built-in functions

315

Statistical functions

Combination; permutation; table -based statistics data editor with 2-variable statistics; random numbers; summary statistics and regression analysis

Math functions

Metric conversions; simultaneous equations; simplification; integer division; GCD/ LCM; prime factorization

Memory registers

9

Color

Black

Power

Battery: LR44 x 1; Solar cell built into front of calculator

Power off memory protection

Yes

Auto power off

5 minutes

Display

Linear display; 31 x 96 dots x 15 digits

Display type

4-line LCD, textbook format display

Dimensions (W X D X H)

3.04 x 0.59 x 5.79 in

Weight

3.95 oz

Warranty

Limited 1 year warranty

What's in the box

Calculator; slide-on protective cover; battery; user guide

Return & exchange information

HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.

  • Free shipping & free returns

Product reviews


Showing out of reviews.
Write a review Read all reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by from terrific I love it, great calculate
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product Great product, works well, excellent price. Only negative is the finish shows lots of fingerprints, but that's just the OC in me coming out.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A lot of calculator for the price Three things first: 1. The HP-300s+ calculator does not have RPN logic. If you'd rather have RPN capability, go for a different model like the HP-35s. 2. The HP-300s+ does not have the excellent, double-molded hinged keys seen in classic HP calculators. The HP-300s+ keys lack tactile feedback and are no better than are those seen on all but the cheapest of calculators. 3. The calculator is not programmable. A prospective buyer should read the online manual before purchasing to make sure that necessary functions are included as gaps can't be covered by programming. And the rest: The HP-300s+ offers a lot of functionality for its price. Almost every scientific function needed by a high school student is there, and I'd guess that most college students with majors outside the hard sciences or business would be satisfied as well. It's a nice addition to a student's backpack and its low price means not too many tears if it were lost or stolen. The four line LCD display is easily readable under classroom and office lighting. That same lighting also powers the HP-300s+ while a small battery provides back-up capability. The displayed digits are not very large, but you'll get more of them compared with other models. There has been a considerable effort made by the designers to support the graphical representation of radicands, subscripts, superscripts, parentheses, et cetera as they would appear in a formula from a textbook. Formulas can also be edited without much difficulty using the cursor keys. Having a formula represented in a natural manner is, to me, a requirement for any calculator with algebraic entry. Having to rely on the correctness of hidden pending operations and parentheses placement is the bane of old style algebraic calculators and that's why I don't use such models. So while the HP-300s+ lacks RPN, at least it shields a user from hidden hazards. The HP-300s+ has an "alpha" shift key, but only nine letters are available. Each can be used as a memory label for storing a value. The "On" key is slightly recessed to help prevent accidental activation. The "Off" key requires a shift as it should. The shifted operation legends are printed in blue on black and are not as easily seen as the higher contrast blue on white legends on the HP-10s+. The HP-300s+ has four small rubber feet on its back and another set of four on the back of its separate case; a nice feature when compared to the near useless feet on the HP-10s+ which are just hard plastic without any grip. The calculator supports twenty pairs of conversion functions. These are indexed by a two digit code on a cheat sheet attached to the inside of the separate hard back. The calculator will display the conversion function, but only after the function is selected by its index. One would think that the cheat sheet would be better if it were attached to either the back of the hard case or the back of the calculator. In summary, the HP-300s+ is a good value. Compared to the slightly less expensive HP-10s+, it has a few more functions and provides a much better display of a formula. It's worth your consideration; if for some reason you buy one and don't like it, you could always gift it to a deserving student.
Date published: 2014-03-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from sorry Display is too dark . Have to pick up and tilt to read.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Poor hardware, key presses often don't register, and it gives incorrect results for statistical values such as medians and quartiles unless you order the data in ascending order before you input it (in which case you wouldn't need the calculator to tell you the median). This is not disclosed int he user manual and will cause people errors.
Date published: 2017-11-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Should not have HP onit Build quality, design, owners manual, and operation are not what should be expected from HP. Look for mine at Goodwill.
Date published: 2017-06-17
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