Product Comparison: Casio FX-CG50-S-UH vs Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX
- Lots of functions. Large keypad. Very good. Recommended.
- Easy to use, light weight, ideal size :) its currently helping my sister through maths at uni so it was definitely worth it!
- Great functions and very lightweight calculator, very comfortable to use.
- I bought it last year and it works well so far, love the size and functions are great!
- The calculator is quite bulky and not very portable when compared to other non-graphing calculators however the size is understandable due to the large amount of features.
- Together with its large colour display, the result is aesthetically pleasing - more so than some of the T.I.s!
- The CG50 has a clearer brighter screen than its predecessor, and it is also a litte speedier in its calcuations.
- Screen is excellent and it's faster than the previous model with better buttons.
- This is a great calculator to have with many functions. It is extremely helpful and has a great display.
- Color display with many useful functions. Must have. Good value.
- The battery lasts a long time, I have had mine for about 4 months and the battery is still pretty much full.
- This feels well built and strong, easy set up, great functions.
- It does everything I need, no issues, very quick on/off, seemingly low battery consumption.
- The model was presented in 2017, so Casio should think about normal Li-ion battery, that you can charge through USB port and not think about stupid replacements.
- Somewhat difficult to use, have to use non rechargeable batteries - likely to go through a lot.