Monday, February 28, 2011

Mini Review! Casio fx-300MS Calculator

What up bloggers, your getting a sick mini review for today.. I'm reviewing my calculator.. This decision dawned upon me because i won't be needing it anymore due to the fact that I'm dropping my calculus course. Anyways to the review!


This calculator is a boss for its price. The bad boy set me back like $29.95 if i remember right and i don't regret that one bit. This thing has provided me tons of entertainment while sitting in pre-cal while i should of been writing notes. for instance when i put in the numbers 5318008 and flip it upside down it says boobies. I like boobies. I like my calculator. Obviously a sick winning situation! The only draw backs on this fine specimen, is the fact that the buttons feel right cheap. Sometimes when i click the + button i can feel the soul of the little Philipeno boy that made it crumble as the button itself does. Thats really the only draw back i can find in it, and really its easy to see past that minor set back. The button layout is pretty standard, and i like that in my calculators. The fact that this little guy has 2 way power is unreal.. Honestly it blows my mind every time. Also you can develop sick strategies with this calculator. For instance, if i had any smart friends, i could give them my calculator during a test and get them to do all their work on this little guy and then i just have to replay everything they did and BAM free answers! It's a shame this plan never got into motion.. one day though right?

I give the Casio fx-300ms 3.5 poorly made buttons out of 5.

Catch ya on the flip side homes.

17 comments:

  1. They even have blogs on Calculators? lol, now I have to follow.

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  2. Man i blog on anything... Yeah the Ti83 is pretty sick.. i really don't know shit about calculators i just felt as if mine needed a review..

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  3. I have this calculator...thankfully my degree is finished and it is tucked away in a dark cupboard far away from me :p

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  4. Yeah im done using it, but it will surely be missed! haha

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  5. Should I get this or stick with my Casio?

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  6. It's a shame that so many great stuff has these little flaws (like cheap-feeling buttons) that make them un-perfect.

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  7. nice review. I personaly prefer the Texas Instrument calculators ( TI once mad rockets, i heard XD ....)

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  8. The ridiculousness of these blogs are its appeal. I dig it.

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  9. lol, looks like the crappy calcs that my sister used in high school... not very high-scoring in aesthetics.

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  10. I have a mountain of broken ones
    Nice review

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  11. calculator buttons are always crap

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  12. that is a sweet looking calculator and at 29.95 it's practically a steal.

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  13. In Europe, a calculator like that would be up to 60€, it's ~90$... And god bless the tax...

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