HP 35s Scientific calculator

Mfg.Part: F2215AA#ABA | CDW Part: 1283605 | UNSPSC: 44101808
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  • 2 lines x 14 characters display
  • 6.22" x 3.23" x .72"
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Main Features
  • 2 lines x 14 characters display
  • 6.22" x 3.23" x .72"
Get the flexibility no other scientific calculator can offer! Our 35s Scientific Calculator lets you choose RPN or algebraic entry-system logic (no other scientific calculator offers both). It also features a large, two-line alphanumeric display and adjustable contrast, plus a robust library of built-in functions and constants.

Choose RPN or algebraic entry-system logic

Work efficiently with the keystroke programming

Efficiently tackle heavy workloads with the 30KB memory and 800+ independent storage registers

Store an equation, then use it again to solve any variable using HP Solve, or employ any of 100 built-in functions

View entries, results, menus, and prompts with ease on the large, two-line display with adjustable contrast

Simplify physics with the 42 built-in physical constants

Get peace of mind with the one-year limited warranty plus HP Total Care advice and support

Display size: 2 lines x 14 characters + indicators

Display Type: LCD

LCD: 14 character dot matrix (5 x 7) x 2 lines + indicators

Contrast: Adjustable

Entry-system logic: RPN & Algebraic

Built-in functions: 100+

Menus, prompts, etc.: Yes

Internal precision: 15 digits

Memory: 800+ Memory registers; 30KB

Keyboard: Alphanumeric

Power: 2 x CR2032 batteries

Power off memory protection: Yes

Battery life: 0.73 year @ 1 hr/day (approximately 9 months)

Weight: 125 g (4.4 oz)

Size (L x W x D): 15.8 x 8.2 x 1.82 cm (6.22 x 3.23 x 0.72 in)

Enclosure material: Plastic, metal faceplate

Key top material: Plastic

Warranty: 1-year warranty (may vary by region)

Subject suitability: Engineering, Surveying, Science, Medicine

Permitted for use on: SAT® Reasoning and SAT® Subject TestsTM in Math 1 & 2, ACT, PSAT/NMSQT, AP Chemistry/Physics, PLAN, EXPLORE

What's in the box Calculator, batteries, user manual, premium protective case
HP 35s Scientific calculator is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 136.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HP outpreforms All others for the money you pay!!! I have always loved HP Scientific Calculators and I love the HP 35s model as well. I am showing my age when I say; I used to have to load Engineering programs by keying the whole program by hand each time that I needed to use it. I just can't remember the model #. I won't live long enough to use the HP 35s to get maximum usage from it. I am 71 years OLD next month!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-09-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Venerable RPN is great, but . . . I can't stand how often I have to replace the inconvenient CR2025 batteries. A real pain! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perhaps a bit more complex than the HP 42S I am happy that the HP35S is RPN and that it is programable. However, the programing details appear to be a bit more complex than the HP42S - which it have used professionally since its original production. I still have a 42 but it just failed - can it be serviced? I will get to love the 35 in time. Thanks for keeping RPN alive. What is the status of the HP Prime? [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RPN still Rules! Love my HP RPN based Calculator. Considered old technology but still has a place [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HP Ownership I have previously owned two HP's during my entire career as an engineer and while in college. Overall averaged about 16 years for each of the calculators. Both had been awesome. I am contemplating making a framed shadowbox featuring the old calculators as a way to honor them. I could not bear to just toss the calculators even though they had failed. I was so sad when each of them finally failed but happy to find the 35s. The new one sits on my desk ready for any calculation I need. I love them.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Effective Analysis Tool This calculator is an effective replacement for the HP-33S . It combines programming power with multiple functions and good memory allocation for effective analysis of problems without needing a computer.
Date published: 2019-03-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Failure as a RPN calculator Purchased to replace my 15C. Disappointed in the calculator as a RPN calculator. Appears HP tried to reach some of the algebraic users by including the ability to use it as an algebraic calculator. However, to do so they compromised key features of the RPN but making it more difficult to use functions and features that I use on a daily basis in my work. The key advantage of a RPN is the reduced number or key strokes needed for many calculations. This advantage is lost on the 35S.
Date published: 2018-12-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Few Choises for RPN Calculators I've got an old HP11c that still works perfectly to this day. I've gone through two HP32sii that have had keypad faults rendering them useless but I really liked its features. So I've broken down and bought the 35s. The displays is very nice. The keypad feels very cheap. Even worst than the 32sii and no where close to the feel of the 11c. The Theta symbol is easily confused for the number eight. Given the nice display, HP could have easily made the Theta symbol smaller and rounder, making reading polar number far easier. The Hex functionality seem nothing short of moronic. When the display is set for Hex mode, the user must still specify entry of a Hex number because the calculator defaults to base 10 entry. Then for Hex A-F, it uses keys labeled H-M. I guess because it was the only row with six keys in a row? It seems like all the good calculator designers have long since retired and they just threw a collage grad on the project to get the job done. I'm on the fence with this one.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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