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HP Prime
The HP Prime is HP's first color-screen and touchscreen graphing calculator. It was released in 2013 and refreshed in 2018. It offers a powerful CAS and superlative HPPL programming features, and is aimed primarily at the college an professional markets.
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1. Specifications

Hardware of HP Prime G1:
  • CPU: ARM9 @400MHz
  • RAM: 32MB
  • Flash (ROM): Unknown
  • LCD: 320x240-pixel (16-bit color) touchscreen
    • Home View: 10 rows by 33 columns
  • Ports: micro-USB
  • Power: 1500mAh Rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
  • Battery Life: Nonstop use: 24 hours; Standby: 47.5 days
  • Battery Life:
    • Nonstop Use: 24 hours
    • Standby: 47.5 days
Software of HP Prime G1:
  • Operating System (OS): 2014.0331
  • Programming: HP Prime Programming Language (PPL)


Hardware of HP Prime G2:
  • CPU: Cortex A7 @528MHz
  • RAM: 256MB
  • Flash (ROM): 512MB
  • LCD: 320x240-pixel (16-bit color) touchscreen
    • Home View: 11 rows by 40 columns
  • Ports: micro-USB
  • Power: 2000mAh Rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
  • Battery Life:
    • Nonstop Use: Unknown
    • Standby: 6+ months in coma mode
Software of HP Prime G2:
  • Operating System (OS): 2.060.650
  • Programming: HP Prime Programming Language (PPL), Python


2. Using the HP Prime

  • For basic getting-started information, the HP Prime User Guide will aid you in navigating your HP Prime
  • The HP Prime Connectivity Kit will allow you to send and manage files on your HP Prime
  • The HP Prime Documentation and Tutorials thread contains an incredible amount of information! From Math tutorials, to undocumented features, to troubleshooting; if you want to learn anything about your HP Prime this thread is the place to learn it!


3. Programming the HP Prime



4. History of the HP Prime

The HP Prime was released by HP in 2013. It was one of the first calculators to have a full color, multitouch display. HP released the HP Prime Generation 2 (G2) in 2018 which had a major specification boost! The HP Prime G2 is by far the most powerful graphing calculator to date (2019).

5. References and More Information

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