New TI-PPP discovered!



#2

I have not forgotten! :-)


#3

I've been waiting too...

#4

Oops - I was to busy with my other prototype: The PHOENIX 1.

It arrived a few weeks ago from the ashes and is since yesterday featured on the cover of my Datamath Calculator Museum.

The TI-PPP stills needs some time, but here is a picture at least.

It is a real triple-P with ENTER key:

One P for Programmable

One P for Printing

One P for Prototype

Cheers,

Joerg


#5

It looks very much like an industrial handheld device.


#6

Look at the TI-78 - Texas Instruments had only one customer.
It's now a huge market (UPS, Grocery stores...) owned by Symbol / Motorola and others.

Liebe Gruesse aus Rochester,
Joerg


#7

I agree - this looks like some sort of industrial device. Not as exciting as I had hoped. ;-)

(I don't get very excited about the HP 94 either)

#8

Yawn!!!!!!!!!!

Namir

#9

My, my...it has a big ENTER key. only if it were RPN, sigh.....


#10

or in this thread; rPn.


#11

rPn ????

Joerg


#12

PPPP

#13

It looks like an inventory tracking device.

#14

Too bad there is no different sections in this HP calculator forum, if they were, one of them should be named "TI fans"


#15

With great pride I'm a fan of TI and HP's.
What's wrong with discussing a different brand here?
I feel very proud to have learned a lot and increased my collection of other brands here.
I keep thinking there are people who could keep quiet because they add nothing.
Thankfully, nobody knows (or will not) read this. :-)
"This forum is for discussion of HP calculators including usage, repairs, sources of replacement parts, general information etc."

#16

Wow, you made so many disputable statements ;-)

Please don't take this too seriously.



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With great pride I'm a fan of TI and HP's.

As long as your fandoom towards HP is bigger it's OK.


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What's wrong with discussing a different brand here?

Nothing, as long as HP is eventually shown to be the superior brand, and for the amusement of genuine HP fans.



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I feel very proud to have learned a lot and increased my collection of other brands here.

See the previous response: as long as the collection of other brands serve to show you the superiority of HP it's OK.



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Thankfully, nobody knows (or will not) read this. :-)

Uhm... Sorry, I did. And worse, it urged me to make a reply.



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"This forum is for discussion of HP calculators including usage, repairs, sources of replacement parts, general information etc."


Yep!



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