This is about my HP prime g2 calculator. I would like to thank HP for developing a calculator with more speed and memory than any other. As a mathematician with an MS in math the calculator had enough power to multiply 100 by 100 matrices for my math research. Unfortunately their is only about one megabyte of ram available for the user and the only operation about 1 million times a second is matrix multiplication.. Are there any assemblers to take full advantage of the processor's power?
Is there any way to contact HP to open up the calculator as TI opened up in the nineteen eighties.