Bargain Network Back to School Giveaway: Casio Prizm Graphing Calculator

This giveaway is part of the Bargain Network’s Back to School Giveaway! All Giveaways End on August 31st

 

New teachers, new friends, new shoes, new notebooks, and a new COLOR graphing calculator from Casio America Inc., PRIZM™, fx-CG10. The ideal tool for students and teachers, Casio’s PRIZM™ graphing calculator combines form and function – style and substance.

  • High-resolution color LCD with full textbook-style display
  • Picture Plot enables learning from real-life pictures
  • Multitude of functions that leverage the color LCD

PRIZM™ is revolutionary among graphing calculators with features that enhance users’ understanding of mathematics. With conventional graphing calculators, students learn by inputting equations to create graphs. PRIZM™ creates a whole new way to learn math by enabling students and teachers to experiment by creating their own graphs over pictures of real-life scenes, and then understand the functions from the graphs that they created on their own. With a very competitive price tag, the PRIZM™ is available for an MSPR of $129.99.

Casio is running a Back-2-School promotion for the PRIZM from July 1st- September 2011. They will be offering the PRIZM for $99.00 with a free skin (valued at $29.00)!! This promotion will be available at the following retailers; WalMart, Target, Best Buy, Staples, Office Depot and Office Max.

Win It!

Casio has generously given the Bargain Network (2) two of these awesome teaching tools to giveaway to (2) two different lucky winners! Get entered below!

*Disclosure: CoynePR (representing Casio) has offered to sponsor this giveaway. No compensation was received for this post.
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Tell us what you think:

  1. Summer Bonner says

    I like how you can put a graph on a real life scene.. Phenomenal…Revolutionary…Imagine the possiblities.

  2. Julie Westcote Gibson says

    I am glad to see one in color. My kids would beso lucky to win one, we didn’t have color screens in my days!

  3. Laurie Adams says

    this calculator looks amazing….looks like it does it all with so many wonderful functions. if i won this, i would be giving it to my little bro as a late graduation gift.

  4. says

    I like that it has Picture Plot enables learning from real-life pictures~! I never heard of this before today. My son is attending college and this would be perfect for him. He has always struggled with this subject and I think the Picture Plot would help him immensely. Thanks for sharing this with us all~!

  5. Cassandra says

    I like the fat that you can create your own graphs over pictures.
    Now that’s Mathematics you can count on.

  6. Shawnettte Forrester says

    My 2 kids will be fighting over the technology that this has to offer and what benefits it will bring them to school.

  7. says

    Thanks for offering this giveaway! I’ve got my fingers crossed — can’t beat a calculator with a screen as snazzy as a smart phone.

  8. Charlotte Varner says

    Love that you can take real life pictures to make graphs. Not only does this add to their learning capabilities but it let’s them have fun while learning!!

  9. adrienne z says

    kids can experiment by creating their own graphs over pictures of real-life scenes, and then understand the functions from the graphs that they created on their own.

    chichijunk at cs dot com

  10. Globe1trotter says

    I like that you can overlay the graph onto real pictures. I never was very good with graphs and I don’t remember having calculators like this when I was in high school. I would like to get this one for my step-daughter who is now going to college. She was wanting a graphing calculator.

  11. Globe1trotter says

    I like that you can overlay the graph onto real pictures. I never was very good with graphs and I don’t remember having calculators like this when I was in high school. I would like to get this one for my step-daughter who is now going to college. She was wanting a graphing calculator.

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