|Precision||12 digits displayed|
|Display type||LCD, dot matrix|
|Programming language(s)||RPN keystroke|
|User memory||384 bytes|
|Power supply||3× 1.5V button cells|
The HP-32S was a programmable RPN scientific calculator introduced by Hewlett-Packard in 1988 and discontinued in 1991. It continued the tradition of the HP-11C calculator, as it lacked the higher functions such as matrix calculations and reduced functionality in complex calculations of the highest end HP-15C "Voyager" line. It supported limited complex math, statistics, probability, etc.
In 1989, Hewlett-Packard offered a HP-32S 50th Anniversary Limited Edition to employees and shareholders for HP's 50th anniversary.
The HP-32SII (F1891A) (with prototypes still named HP-32S+) added algebraic math, fractions and a second shift key. This was introduced in 1991 and discontinued in 2002. Two different model variants of the HP-32SII exist.