Order HP39GII in Europe



#2

Reading the post about HP39GII availability below I wondered if any member of the froum paced an order for the calculator on this site:
http://www.hp50g.nl/?page_id=1597&l=en

It's a page hosted in the Netherlands and availability of the 39GII is indicated as "in store".

Any orders placed there by someone?

And talking about ordering:
Is there anything to be said about the first batch of this calculator in terms of software bugs or build quality? I'd really be interested to get a feel for the new user interface concept it uses...


#3

Quote:
Reading the post about HP39GII availability below I wondered if any member of the froum paced an order for the calculator on this site:
http://www.hp50g.nl/?page_id=1597&l=en

It's a page hosted in the Netherlands and availability of the 39GII is indicated as "in store".

Any orders placed there by someone?

And talking about ordering:
Is there anything to be said about the first batch of this calculator in terms of software bugs or build quality? I'd really be interested to get a feel for the new user interface concept it uses...


Hi Timo,

I am the owner of 'De Rekenwinkel' and can confirm we indeed have stock which we ordered directly from the factory in cooperation with HP. We use these models, that come without a retail blister, to ship to schools mostly to convert them into HP. Until today, we've been quite succesful in doing this.

The software on these models is January build, I believe version 16 or 18. With ordering, we email PDF manuals in English and Emulator software as well as update software so you can always upgrade to a newer version as soon asit's available.

If you have any more questions, please send me an email. :)

Kind regards,

Klaas Kuperus


#4

Will you ship to the US? And if so any idea of the cost?

Thanks,

-Marwan


#5

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Will you ship to the US? And if so any idea of the cost?

Thanks,

-Marwan


It would be about €20.00 a box (max 3 pcs).

@Cyrille: just these 'sample' models of course, not the final product with retail blister. But we're loving them!!

#6

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I am the owner of 'De Rekenwinkel' and can confirm we indeed have stock which we ordered directly from the factory in cooperation with HP. We use these models, that come without a retail blister, to ship to schools mostly to convert them into HP. Until today, we've been quite succesful in doing this.

cool, I did not know that they were already available in Europe, Great work selling these babies!

Cyrille


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