The End of HP Calculators?



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I recently read that there is a good chance that HP is discontinuing production of calculators. I'm not sure how true this is, but the full story can be accessed at www.hpcalc.org. I thought you all might like to know. When I read about it, I almost cried.


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See the numerous older threads here for thoughts on this


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