NumWorks

The graphing calculator that makes learning math easier.

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The graphing calculator that makes learning maths easier

Ergonomic, open source and evolutive, the NumWorks graphing calculator is designed for today’s needs with today’s technologies. NumWorks makes learning maths easier for everyone: professors or students… and it perfectly suits the whole high school curriculum.

Reviews

  • HelloStartupsGeneral Manager @ Paris Business Angels
    Pros: 

    Design, size, weight

    Community / open source

    Cons: 

    Not available everywhere but soon to be (thanks open source)

    Loved the purchase and shipping experience, packaging is awesome, and what's inside is even more cool. And it's only the beginning. If a community develops thanks to open source, could very soon be the coolest ever calculator

  • Richard RobinsonUI Designer
    Pros: 

    Design is 💯

    Cons: 

    Only available in some countries

    Finally - a modern graphing calculator. Only for those in the U.S and Europe however.

Discussion

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Much better looking than my old TI-83. 😁
Kunal Bhatia@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@rrhoover But all those programs you could store formulas in secretly?! And the games?
Tyler Fyke@tylerfyke · CEO, Nexshift | PivotTools.com
@rrhoover We didn't have iPhone's back in high school...TI-83 was it! Great for storing all those formulas 😂
Julie DelanoyHiring@syswarren · Design at Product Hunt
Can't talk about maths because I'm allergic to that but this calculator is a beautiful object 😍
Stephen Headrick@thestephen
This makes me want a graphing calculator, and I don't even need one.
Peyton Hayslette@peytonhayslette · Product @ Red Ventures
Very nice design! Any thoughts to make a test-taking approved version? How adding about a screenshot function on there?
Romain GoyetMaker@lck
@peytonhayslette Thank you Peyton! It is already allowed for use on the ACT. And it is currently under review by the College Board for use on the SAT.
Brian LeePro@kay0stheory · code monkey @ theymadethat
Wow - it's about time for innovation in this space. Only used TIs since there was no other choice