How's this for an early HP 41c?



#6

This is one of Richard Nelson's HP 41c units. I'm wondering if this might have been his beta unit he had long before the HP 41 was announced.


#7

Now that is old!

Does it still work?

#8

Is that "classic" green plastic ?


#9

I think it is the normal HP 41 plastic color. Think it works too.


#10

Quote:
I think it is the normal HP 41 plastic color. Think it works too.

Are we still doing the spoof eBay ads?

:-)

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