It appears that a retailer has spilled the beans on a soon-to-be-introduced HP 35s calculator. HP had said to expect a new model to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the introduction of the HP-35, the world’s first handheld scientific calculator. Apparently the 35s and a new 10s will be introduced tomorrow in Monaco.
Compared to other recent HP calculators, the 35s returns to a double-wide ENTER key in the row immediately above the digits, keys in straight rows, and shift keys in highly contrasting colors. The functionality appears to be improved over the 33s, particularly in that the limit on the number of storage registers has been lifted.
Given that there have been hoax calculator introductions by HP calculator fans before, I was skeptical at first, but there is a CE declaration of conformity on the HP site, so this one is real.
[h/t ssf, Gerson, and Hugh on the MoHPC forum]