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Back to School: Casio Pink fx-9860GII Calculator *Giveaway closed*

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Casio is brightening up mathematics with a new version of its popular fx-9860GII graphing calculator in a hot PINK color. The new Pink fx-9860GII will add a splash of color to kids’ ordinary school supplies and allow students to express themselves in new ways.

The calculator has amazing features including a large, high-resolution screen with icon-based menus and a Natural Textbook Display, enabling students to view expressions and results exactly as they appear in textbooks.

Designed for grades six through twelve, the Pink fx-9860GII is sure to entice tweens and teens in the classroom. The fx-9860GII also has an LCD backlight for superior visibility when viewing in dim light. Both the backlit screen and the USB connectivity included in this graphing calculator are compatible with Casio’s portfolio of projectors. These two functions offer quick and easy data transfer and enable educators to display the calculator on an even larger screen in the classroom.

 

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The Pink fx-9860GII is a win-win for both parents and their kids as it is teacher-approved for back-to-school lists and is widely available in Target, Staples and other major retailers.

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30 comments

  1. I would actually keep this for me. I plan to go back to college in January. I will need this for my math classes.

  2. Actually, I am a student, and I would use the calculator because I need one and can’t keep stealing my brother’s. We just moved to Texas from Asia and my calculator is still there and will remain there for a long while until my father returns. ;_; Plus pink is my favorite color.

  3. I actually would like to use it myself – I do calculations at work and really need a good calculator – my old one is just not keeping up with the things I do.

  4. My daughter! She is into elect engineering and loves to remind the guys there is a female in the room by using pink tools. She would love this calculator

  5. This would go to my 15 year old daughter. She has access to good calculators at school, but when she comes home to do her homework she is struggling to figure everything out on paper. Her assignments are taking 3 times as long.

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