Casio fx-JP900 Unboxing (English)

Casio fx-JP900 Unboxing (English)

I have a Casio fx-JP900 that I will be unboxing. This is one of the Japanese variants of the
ClassWiz line and is the professional grade version, suiting 700 functions. I got it as a replacement for my previous
calculator because the high-end version of this for the U.S. lacks some features that
its predecessor had, like the integer, LCM, and GCD functions, and also for the fact that
it has a periodic table function. I’ll demonstrate that shortly. Here’s the calculator. By default, this calculator displays messages
in Japanese, but it also has an English menu. Press Shift and mode for setup, press Up,
then press 2, for Language. Then press 1 for English, and your calculator
is now displaying messages in English. To access the periodic table, you need to
press Shift, then 4. You can choose to either enter an atomic number
manually, or you can choose one on the map of elements. I am going to press 1 to display the map so
I can show you what it looks like. Let’s say I want to pick Neodymium. In this clip, I scrolled to the Lanthanum
group and pressed equals, but you can scroll anywhere. I then scroll right and I see Neodymium is
element 60. Pressing equals will put in “AtWt 60” in your input. Pressing equals again will give you the mass
number of it. There are many more features to explore, but
I’m not going to show them in this video. But, if you have any questions about this
calculator, ask it in the comments section.

12 thoughts to “Casio fx-JP900 Unboxing (English)”

  1. I have the Casio 991 EX. what other functionality does this calculator have beyond mine?

    does the jp900 erase it's calculation history when the calculator is turned off or mode is switched like the 991ex does?

    is Casio planning to release further updates to this generation of scientific calculator in domestic or foreign markets (like the 3650p iii, or something)?

  2. Does it have an auto power off option in the setup(Shift+Menu) as in the German fx-DE X?Whenever I scan a QR code,the output is displayed in Japanese.Is there any possible way to change this to English?Thanks

  3. Can someone confirm if this is true:

    Quote from hpmuseum forums:

    *The U.S. Version accepts d/dx and integrals in the solve capabilities. This, of course, is useful in finding min or max of a function when d/dx is set to zero. I just discovered, to my surprise, that d/dx will not work on the Japanese model!*

    Please someone confirm this information from another user's post.

  4. But does it destroy your calculation history in COMP mode if it auto-times out and turns off after a few minutes? If so, then it's worthless for serious work. /Silicon Valley Regards

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