HP Prime Virtual Calculator Emulator for Linux (64-bit) Beta

Description:Beta version of the technical preview of an emulator (technically a simulator, since it is a native PC program) of the HP Prime Graphing Calculator for Linux. Lets you do everything the calculator does, but with the full control of your keyboard and mouse and taking full advantage of your PC's computing power. This is a technical preview and does not indicate a supported Linux release will be forthcoming. Built using Ubuntu 14.04 and packaged as an x64 appimage. Updated CAS to latest 1.5 release. Primary focus of this BETA release is upgrading the underlying build tools. As such, there are few end user noticeable changes included. The goal here is to ensure that everything is "working just as before" to make sure that no problems have been introduced as a result of said tool change.
Current version:2.1.14290 (2019 10 23)
Author: Hewlett-Packard: http://www.hp.com/calculators/
Downloaded file size:53,156,219 bytes
User rating:10/10 with 4 votes (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Beta
File date:2019/10/23 09:26:06
Creation date:2019/10/23
Source code:Not included
Download count:4,212
Version history:2019/10/23: Updated to version 2.1.14290 (2019 10 23)
2018/09/17: Added to site
Archive contents:
-rwxr-xr-x timwessman/timwessman 53637096 2019-10-22 22:37 HP_Prime_Virtual_Calculator-x86_64.AppImage
User comments:cory lytle
2020-02-24 05:05:54
Trying to learn the Prime, so this could be my fault.
Entering (1∡90) in HOME locks up the emulator. If I enter (0,1) and convert it with ∡ and pick it back into the entry line it locks up. Real Prime handles it.
cory lytle
2021-11-02 09:01:47
Please update this. Pretty please.
Todd Longfellow
2021-11-25 10:46:49
Many thanks to those who developed and tested this great tool. I do a great many math tutorial screen recordings using Linux (recent convert), and I use the actual HP Prime calculator when doing my notes or taking classes myself.

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