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Old 09-10-2012, 07:00 PM   #37
fjtorres
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Originally Posted by BeccaPrice View Post
Except that good calculators - which haven't changed in years - are still quite expensive. Said she, having had to purchase 2 graphing calculators for her high school kids. there's really no competition to bring the price down.
Generic four-bangers may be Dollar Store material but the pro models have stabilized at decent but hardly bargain prices.
http://www.shopping.hp.com/en_US/hom...edPricing-desc

If tablets prove to be more than a passing fad, their prices are likely to stabilize somewhere a bit higher than blister-pack calculators. Probably in the $99 range for the entry-level.
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