The HP-35 calculator made by Hewlett-Packard was one of the first calculators to have RPN, as well as a list of functionality that no other calculators had. It was introduced in 1972, and later discontinued in 1975. It was an impressive calculator, boasting advanced features such as a aquare root button, log base 10, natural log, trignometric functions, and so on. This calculator was revolutionary.

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