Hewlett-Packard Calculators - The First Family
The first half of the 1970s was something of a boom time for calculator manufaturers. The machines were something of a novelty and were often staggeringly expensive - often costing a week's wages or m...
"Discover the full professional power of Hewlett-Packard's personal computer"
Hewlett-Packard, which like Commodore, TI and Tandy also had a line in calculators, had launched its HP-85 micro at the beginning of 1980, with the machine even originating from the calculator side of...
"Astronaut quality. Everyday simplicity. The HP-41C. £184"
Hewlett-Packard, like Commodore in the 1970s, was also a calculator manufacturer. This particular model used Reverse Polish Notation, where the sum 2+2 would be entered as "2, 2, +", plus it was the f...
After you ask what it can do for you now, ask what it can do for you later: HP-86
More proof that it took at least a few years for the IBM PC format to bulldoze everything in its path, comes this advert for the Hewlett-Packard HP-86. Looking a bit like a very slimmed-down Commodore...