After 30 years or so, I gave my TI-36X solar calculator a [too] hard drop and now I'm missing a few segments. :(
For occasional desktop use, its importance to me is the hexadecimal feature. So when deciphering AVR "memory dumps" I can put it into hex mode and then convert back-and-forth with base 10.
Now, there is the TI-36X Pro replacement at a reasonable price. But the hex feature is multiplexed with the regualr keypad so a mode change needed with each digit entry (I assume):
I found the Casio fx-115ES Plus that is inexpensive and appears to have a hex mode:
Any other suggestions?
Sharp EL-520xbwh 10 bucks: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Scientif...