Kinpo & Hewlett Packard



#11

Just found this one:
http://www.kinpo.com.tw/English/Calculator/17bII+/17bII+.html
Regards,
Joerg


#12

I would like to get a couple of those Kinpo calculators, the SG1 and SG2 possibly. Heres the URL, I couldn't find a sales point.
http://www.kinpo.com.tw/English/Calculator.htm


#13

Those machines are available under the "Citizen" brand. I have the SG1 (official Citizen name is different, I don't recall), but could'nt find the "SG2" anywhere, including the official branch. YMMV.


#14

GE,

you might want to look here for further info:

http://www.citizen-systems.co.jp/english/electronic/calculator/scientific_01.html

and here for manuals:

http://www.citizen-systems.co.jp/english/download/electronic/calculator/instruction/scientific.html

Best regards

Peter A. Gebhardt


Edited: 12 Mar 2007, 3:33 p.m.

#15

I've seen other sites state that one or both of those are clones of the Kinpo made HP 9G or 9S, with only minor cosmetic differences. I haven't bothered to compare them, so I don't know if it's true or not. The 9G is still available from HP's web site AFAIK.

#16

I'm pretty sure that the Datexx DS-883 is a rebadged Kinpo SG2 (also same as Citizen SRP-400G). The DS-83 can be bought directly from Datexx for $60, but it's not hard to find it in Fleebay.

I'm not so sure about the Kinpo SG1, but it may be the same as the HP-9G, which in turn is the same as the Citizen SRP-320G.

Eduardo

Edited: 13 Mar 2007, 2:19 p.m. after one or more responses were posted


#17

It appears that link is wrong. The correct link has two 'x's at the end, as in www.datexx.com.

Corrected link: Datexx

BTW, interesting! I never heard of them, but intriguing.

thanks!
bruce


#18

Yep, I messed up the link. It's corrected now.

#19

Just don't put an extra x in there.

My goodness!


#20

If anything, I was being *too* cautious with the x's!


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