HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator
HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator
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Item # 901-NW239A6
  Model # 10BII+
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  • Ideal for accounting, business, economics, finance, real estate, and introductory math/science and statistics courses
  • 10-digit, 1-line display
  • Accepted for use on CFP®* Certification Exam, IREM, AFP and CCIM Institute
  • Algebraic entry-system logic
  • Calculate loan payments, interest rates and conversions, standard deviation, percent, TVM, NPV, IRR, cash flows and more
  • Features statistical analysis, including standard deviation, mean, weighted mean, linear regression and linear estimation
  • Protective pouch included
  • Got a question? Give us a call and we'll help! Call 1-800-789-1331.
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HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator
 
3.8

(based on 17 reviews)

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2.0

Missleading Specs

By Dave

from Golden

Verified Buyer

Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

Description said it has RPN entry mode. I believe this is false. Otherwise it works fine.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Yay!!Even a dummy like me can use this!!

By KARANLEE

from SANTA CLARITA

Verified Buyer

Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

Okay, so I'm not really a dummy, but the TI financial calculator I purchased previously sure made me feel like one. It was confounding. But this review is about the HP. Just like their printers, this calculator is user friendly & I barely had to crack open the manual.

I'm using it primarily for mortgage, amortization, and calculating financial ratios such as return on investment (ROI), return on equity (ROE), internal rate of return (IRR), discounted cash flow analysis and appraisal calculations like net present value (NPV).

My 13 year old son is using it too, for his algebra class, so this was a win win all the way around.
I heartily recommend this financial calculator.

 
1.0

Get a better one

By Brandon346568y9

from Undisclosed

Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

-The buttons on this are terrible. About 70% of the time they don't register being pushed, unless you smash the button like driving nails. Very frustrating when doing anything, because it slows you way down, and you have to be looking at the screen for each button push to be sure it registers. Typing 123456789 will almost always show a random number that it didn't pick up. -No auto off. No solar. -The C and power button need to be reversed. The power button feels like it is where the C button should be, I find myself hitting power over and over to try to get it to clear. C is in an unusual spot.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Doesn't do RPN.

By Douglas

from Elhart, IN

About Me Power User

Pros

  • Adequate Capabilities
  • Clear Display
  • Quality Construction

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

Best Uses

  • Office Work
  • School

Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

Buyer Beware! This calculator does not do Reverse Polish Notation (RPN). I was misled by the presence of an "Input" button and the "Alg/chain" function over the "On" button. Chain mode is not the same as RPN - not even close. If you want RPN, then spend an extra $30 and get the HP 12C. Otherwise, if you want a HP calculator that does AOS, has a lot of features, and low price, then this would be a good choice.

 
5.0

Great financial calculator!

By TysAri08

from Eagle Mountain, UT

Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

Keeping up with the HP name, this is a great quality calculator. It is well built and performs many necessary financial calculations. The little carrying pouch it comes with is a great added touch as well.

 
4.0

HP 10B II

By Frank

from Falls Church, VA

About Me Power User

Verified Buyer

Pros

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

        I use this product for calculate business transactions.

        • Primary use:
        • Business
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Excellent Calculator!!!

        By N8_TheGreat

        from Ohio

        About Me Casual User

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Adequate Capabilities
        • Attractive Design
        • Clear Display
        • Compact Size
        • Easy To Use
        • Long Battery Life
        • Quality Construction

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Math Classes
          • Office Work
          • School

          Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

          I was hesitant at first to spend the money on another calculator for a finance class, but this this in winderful. Versy simple to use and excellent build quality! If you are in accounting, business, or just like to pre plan your finances better, then this calculator is right for you.

          • Primary use:
          • Personal
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No
           
          5.0

          HP 10bll+ Financial Calculatot

          By Backwoodscracker

          from North GA

          Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

          Works very well, has many features. I've been usung financial calulatoes for 40 years, they come in handy for small jobs and can be carried in a shirt pocket. This calulator is up too or ahead of the many I have used.

           
          5.0

          Best handheld calculator?

          By Nexus07

          from West Lafayette IN

          Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

          I graduated with a BS of Mechanical Engineering in the mid-eighties. I extensively used many classic HP calculators like the HP-41 in its V and X versions. I currently own an HP-15C, an HP-17BII, HP-27S and other middle liners pioneers, including an HP-21S and an HP-10B in its original pioneer iteration. Said that, just to warrant I know previous HP calculator quality fairly well. This new HP-10BII+ is light, its display is crystal clear and has great contrast, the keyboard has a firm click feel and all the functions are a couple of keys away. A calculator is all about human-machine interface. This calculator is well rounded as a device with simple and straight to the point interfacing. It allows quick execution of its functions that are way beyond any other calculator of its class/price. Personally, I prefer to have only basic functionality in a calculator, anything more complex goes to either, Mathematica, Excel, SAS or R in a computer. The function set in the HP-10BII+ is a good example of an almost ideal set before to need a computer. What else could be asked for in a calculator of this price? As an engineer working now in management, that requires occasional basic arithmetic, some business estimation to crack numbers when analyzing financial statement in a board room or verifying a formula results in excel and the likes, I cannot think in a better match for a calculator to have handy. Besides it looks classy without being outdated. Once, a recent graduated engineer, when saw my HP-15C in my desk told me, Ah! My grandfather used to have one calculator like that, are you really that old? I am pretty sure I will not need to explain my age to anybody using this nice updated classy calculator.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          HP 10b II vs TI BA II Plus

          By mkc403

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about HP 10BII+ Financial Calculator:

          I’m taking Intro to Accounting & Finance, and Biostatistics and needed a special calculator for both classes. I had purchased a basic TI statistics calculator in the early 90’s and was very pleased with it, but it didn’t have the financial functions I needed. So decided to ‘upgrade’ to the newer TI BA II Plus, thinking it would be similar quality, ease of use, and that it would work for both classes. I was very disappointed. The BA II Plus is not intuitive to use. There are endless keystrokes required for most functions (e.g. TVM), and you’ll never remember how to do them without consulting the manual. Unfortunately, the manual is very poorly written, adding to frustration. The quality of the BA II Plus was less than I expected. I had to s-l-o-w-l-y punch each button or it wouldn’t register on the unit. The case is 100% plastic (vs. 99.98% for the HP unit, which I will explain later). The unit was not “square‮ so when I put it on my desk it rocked back and forth with every keystroke. I HATED this. It always slid around on the tabletop, too. The unit is supposed to do Standard Deviations and other statistics functions, but they were even more cumbersome than the Financial functions. I decided to exchange the BA II Plus for the HP 10b II, and am very glad I did. The HP 10b II is a little wider than the TI model, but the extra space actually makes the buttons easier to push. They have a good, solid feel when entering numbers (other reviews have complained about them â€" I disagree). The HP 10b II is 99.98% plastic, but that last .02% comes in the form of tiny rubber feet at each corner of the unit, and you won’t believe what a difference that makes!!! The unit sits squarely on the table, and it does NOT move. I love it! The keystroke combinations are much more intuitive than the TI model, and fewer entries are required for the same calculation. It handles both Financial and Stat problems very well. The user manual is clearly written in plain English, with numerous real-world examples. It is a dream compared to the TI manual. Some reviews have complained that the HP 10b II case/cover is too flimsy to do any good. I also disagree with that. Yes, it is made of flexible vinyl, but it has a durable, leather-like feel that will not tear or wear out easily. Yes, the buttons can be pushed even with the unit inside the cover, but there is an automatic shut-off function to preserve battery life even if it is accidentally turned on. Unless you plan to pound on the unit with an axe, the case is definitely acceptable and offers all the protection you need for everyday use â€" even carrying in a backpack. Don’t waste your time with the TI BA II Plus â€" go for the HP 10b II.

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