HP stopping making calculators?
Some time ago one of my teacher at the University told me that HP would
stop making/supporting its calculators because of the advent of moder
PALMs and PocketPCs. This happened when the HP49G was launched and as
all could see HP didn't stop making calculators at all. Nowadays we
have the 49G+, a faster, improved calculator, with its issues of
course, but even so a better calculator than 49G. My point is, just how
big is this technology leap? Let me make may poit even better (or
Nintendo is a videogame company that has absolutely RULED over the
portable video games segment. It'...has HP stopped making calculators?
I have just ordered an HP 49G+, and was looking for some info about the
calculator, and came accross hpcalc.org http://www.hpcalc.org/goodbyeaco.php
How can this be? the dealer I purchased this from says thr 49G+ came out
in 2004 to replace the 49G
I was stuck between a TI 89 Titnium or the HP49G+
I chose the HP as it has a 75Mhz Arm processor, and a few other goodies,
at a slightly lower cost than the titanium, but if what I read is
correct and HP calculators no longer exist then I wish I had gone for
the TI 89 instead.
Can someone please clarify this
...HP should stop making Calculators...!
And Start putting RPL Graphic Calculation software into Aps for
Substantially superiour phones, pads, PDAs ( if they're still called
"TranslucentAmoebae" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> And Start putting RPL Graphic Calculation software into Aps for
> Substantially superiour phones, pads, PDAs ( if they're still called
> that )
> and such...
How many people do you know who'd be willing to pay, say, $49 for an iPhone
app that implemented a really ...HP 48gII stopped during some calculations
I would like to know some time that it already happened in your HP 48 and
why that happened in mine.
...So HP doesnt actually make there own calculators
So HP doesnt actually make there own calculators, they contract the job off
to another firm. is this good or bad. It makes me feel much less
confident in the product.
"Vincent" <nOne@aol.com> wrote in message
> So HP doesnt actually make there own calculators, they contract the
> job off
> to another firm. is this good or bad. It makes me feel much less
> confident in the product.
On Sat, 30 Dec 2006 14:09:03 -0600, Vincent wrote:
> So HP doesnt actually make there own calculators, they contrac...How Do I Make HP LaserJet Stop Reprinting on Error?
At my office, I have an HP LaserJet 5SiNX. It is a good printer, and
reliable. When an error occurs, however, it responds by reprinting the
entire document from the beginning. I would like to change this
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error occurs, rather than reprinting?
There are times when a difficult page at the end of a document causes
the document to go into an endless cycle of error and reprint. I have
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Two things need to happ...HP PRIME LISTED ON HP CALCULATOR SITE !!!
I found a new spec sheet for the HP Prime calculator on the HP
calculator site. There is a link to purchase calculators from the HP
Store, but I do not about the Prime.
It is on the HP Calculator Web Site on the opening page. Here is the
link if anyone is interested.
Harold A Climer
Dept.Of Physics,Geology,and Astronomy
Room 223 Grote Hall
615 McCallie Ave
Chattanooga TN 37403
...HP Calculators (HP's version of an E6B ?)
Did HP ever come out with an equivalent of the E6B ? I've used a couple of
electronic E6B's and have grown thoroughly sick of them, clearly ASA and
Sporty's don't know how to make calculators.
On the other hand, HP made some really good calculators (12C, 32Sii), did
they ever make an E6B ?
Does anyone know whether HP is open to suggestions re: calculators, would
they take the idea seriously if one suggested it ?
Thanks in advance for assistance, comments, suggestions ...
"Amrith Kumar" <NOEMAIL@hotmail.com> writes:
> Did HP ever come..."Wikibook" on programming HP calculators in HP-BASIC
I'm reasonably sure most of you will have heard of Wikipedia, if not,
have a look at this page.
This explains what Wikipedia and the wiki concept are all about. A
sister project of Wikipedia, Wikibooks, was more recently created, and
I've made substantial edits and additions to the book on programming HP
calculators in HP-BASIC.
However, the content is still far from complete, and needs expansion!
Anyone can edit the wikibook, you don't need to make an account
although I re...