I recently found NEW RPN CALCULATORS being made in Switzerland, based on various HP models, using ONLY RPN MODE, but with current HW, and updatable firmware and OS. The build quality is also great (IMHO, better than HP).

Just posting this as a LOVER of RPN, and seeing people wanting to find new models. Once you use RPN (NOT hard to learn), algebraic mode seems absolutely primitive.

No offense intended to any PERSON (just to algebraic mode ;-) and, of course, “to each his own”!

Is this the only company still making NEW RPN calculators (picking up the market that HP THREW AWAY)?

Thanks!

Pardon me also if I’ve written anything “wrong”, as this is my very first post in this forum (found by searching for “RPN”, which was found in a very old post/question).

Just posting this as a LOVER of RPN, and seeing people wanting to find new models. Once you use RPN (NOT hard to learn), algebraic mode seems absolutely primitive.

No offense intended to any PERSON (just to algebraic mode ;-) and, of course, “to each his own”!

Is this the only company still making NEW RPN calculators (picking up the market that HP THREW AWAY)?

Thanks!

Pardon me also if I’ve written anything “wrong”, as this is my very first post in this forum (found by searching for “RPN”, which was found in a very old post/question).

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