Mr.Hurd viz-a-viz the forthcoming HP-35s


I find it interesting that with the turnover at Hewlett-Packard of top managment positions we have this return to its past roots. I hope it bodes well.



yep, I agree.

But undoubtly, we should wait until the renewal of the economic branch of HP calculators (say the present HP-9S series). Once, the minor and less powerful Hp calculator was the HP-10C!

-- Antonio


I could be wrong, but I doubt that the 35s is even on the radar of HP's upper management. What I do credit HP upper management for is creating (or allowing the creation of) the current calculator operation, after having pulled the plug on ACO. That happened a few years before Hurd took over, though.

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