VCalc: Me Likie

Do you have an iPhone? I have an iPod Touch. Do you use vectors? Do you think RPN calculators are the bomb? Here is a RPN calculator for the iPhone that supports vector notation. VCalc by Silicon Prairie Ventures Inc. Oh - it is free. Here is a screen shot.

I played with it some, the only thing that would be cool would be a landscape mode.

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Nice. I will add this to my collection of free or cheap iTouch calculators and converters.

Vector Calculator (for about a buck) is also good. It is not RPN but it is graphical. You might also look at Vector Addition Calculator.