At the moment the only way to connect between the PC and the HP Prime is the Connectivity Kit PC software with a USB cable. I don't see a real advantage over a direct connection by USB cable, and it might have the disadvantage of needing some additional power. /Filter /FlateDecode >> Easily transfer content between the teacher PC and HP Prime Calculators. hޜ�wTT��Ͻwz��0�z�.0��. 21 0 obj The only thing I can see in the manual is usb cable transfers between calcs. HP Prime Graphing Calculator Choose a different product series Warranty status: Unspecified - Check warranty status Manufacturer warranty has expired - See details Covered under Manufacturer warranty Covered under Extended warranty , months remaining month remaining days remaining day remaining - … %PDF-1.6 Then you can send Programs and Notes between Your Prime and the Virtual Prime and it works. 19 0 obj ��3�������R� `̊j��[�~ :� w���! stream The HP Connectivity Kit allows you to connect to one or more HP Prime calculators via … Would be good if you could directly connect to a wireless network and transfer programs. Create and send programs, including exam configurations, apps, polls with backup and restore capabilities. Not sure if there is a better forum for asking these sorts of questions. You can exchange programs, apps, and data between the emulator and the Prime, or between two Prime calcs. 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[/Indexed 19 0 R 17 22 0 R] endobj %���� Then at some stage after registering for the above, and googling some more, I ended up staring at yet another complex HP registration page related to hp passport or something, after which I gave up and came back to the only sensible place I could think of - here! Step 1: Locate your settings. http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Calculators/bd-p/bsc-408#.UgxSemSMGGo. endobj Remember though, HP has not officially released anything and the only files available are ones not authorized for distribution. 27 0 obj Step 4: Locate your printer settings. The Connectivity Kit software should be on the CD that came with the calculator and the USB cable should be included in the calculator package. The slightly different cable plug shapes described in the manual worry me a little - is this standards based? Certainly trying to find calculators via http://h30434.www3.hp.com/psg/ was difficult/impossible. You can exchange programs, apps, and data between the emulator and the Prime, or between two Prime calcs. Kudo. <>/ExtGState<>/ProcSet[/PDF/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>> However, it might be possible that with wireless connection you'll be able to send data to several other calcs in parallel, which would be a nice feature of course. /Length 27 0 R You'll get two USB cables, one to connect two Prime calcs, and one to connect the Prime to a PC or to the AC adaptor. Step 5: Connect the printer to the computer. When you launch the Virtual HP Prime and then connect you real HP prime with the USB cable, you have to go (in the menu of the Virtual Calculator ) to Calculator/Connected to and choose your real Prime. )ɩL^6 �g�,qm�"[�Z[Z��~Q����7%��"� x��w6TH/�*�256Q0 B��g ��@nr.��g���K>W / �; � I found HP's http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Calculators/bd-p/bsc-408#.UgxSemSMGGo though that was by google luck. With the HP Prime, does anybody know how are apps supposed to be transferred from the PC emulator to the actual calculator? P.S. And under Home / Settings are "Wireless Network Properties" though that is probably for configuring the DataStreamer stuff? 20 0 obj Whenever you'll see a 'Send' menu item you can exchange that data type with the connected device. Qf� �Ml��@DE�����H��b!(�`HPb0���dF�J|yy����ǽ��g�s��{��. endstream How to connect a printer via wireless network. There is also a Prime PC emulator included on the CD so you can develop Prime programs on the PC and send to the calculator … You'll get two USB cables, one to connect two Prime calcs, and one to connect the Prime to a PC or to the AC adaptor. Arguably one would want to develop serious apps in the emulator and then be able to transfer them to the calc - or to share them with others? �tq�X)I)B>==���� �ȉ��9. I believe someone already posted the connectivity kit somewhere with screenshots and stuff. Step 2: Link your WiFi network. Maybe the pc emulator will talk via USB cable with the calculator? It is not surprising therefore that you don't find it available for download at the hp support site or anything.