|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Scientific, 10 BCD digits, exponent ±99,
||Permanent memory, 9 storage registers
||Approx. 30x96 pixel graphics LCD display with annunciators
||40 built-in constants, 40 built-in conversions, Dec/Bin/Hex/Oct conversion, fractions, x/y table generation
|Original Pricing, Production
||Bought new for 24.96€ in October 2009, made in China
||Solar powered and internal button-sized cell
||Length 16.2cm, Width 8cm, Height 1.2cm
||From the manual: "CASIO Weltweite Schulungs-Webseite", "CASIO Schulungsforum"
another one of the gazillion different school calculators that Casio
makes. There's absolutely nothing fancy about it, except maybe that it
is battery-powered. And the fact that my daughter is allowed to use it
in her Physics tests. Otherwise I would never have bought it.