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The HP 12C is the industry standard RPN financial calculator produced by HP. It has been in near continuous production with various hardware revisions since it’s original introduction in 1981.
HP 12C (NUT based)[edit | edit source]
|Successor||HP 12C (2008), HP 12C Platinum|
|Power supply||3x LR44 (AG13)|
HP 12C (ARM Based)[edit | edit source]
2008 model (HP 12C+)[edit | edit source]
Ιn 2008, HP revamped the 12C with the release of a new model based upon the ARM architecture. In the community, this model is generally known as the HP 12C+, due to its hardware improvements over the previous NUT based models. Internally this model uses a AT91SAM7L128, the same chip used on the HP 20b and HP 30b.
|Other names||HP 12C+|
|Predecessor||HP 12C (NUT)|
|Dimensions||80(l) x 128(w) x 15(h)mm|
30th anniversary edition[edit | edit source]
2015 model[edit | edit source]
HP 12 Platinum[edit | edit source]
|Processor||6502 based microcontroller|