Yes, it's here!! and it is not a 35 classic!!



#16

Finally it's here the granma'and she looks very pretty, what do you think?

"she" lives

I would like to remove a mark on the left of the display, how can I do without to stress the granma?

Edited: 14 Mar 2012, 6:57 p.m.


#17

Toothpaste, not gel, but toothpaste


#18

thank-you,really it works!

#19

You can get polishing compound in small quantities for buffing out scratches in LCD monitors. If the toothpaste trick isn't satisfactory, try that.


#20

I highly recommend Novus plastic polish for this. Their #2 polish will get out light to moderate surface scratches. Their #1 is an excellent plastic cleaner -- it makes plastic look new. Their #3 is for deep scratches, be careful using this on the lens as it can really eat into it.

It's cheap and readily available on amazon, ebay and many other on-line stores.

#21

Congratulations! You must be one proud parent!! As the parent of a few classics, I can certainly relate to you enthusiasm.


Edited: 15 Mar 2012, 1:15 a.m.

#22

Congratulations from me as well! Rare find! Must be a strange feeling being the proud parent of your granma :-) though by modern medical methods many mixtures may be possible. "She" is the one missing in my line of Classics, but since she isn't my granma I won't hunt her ;-)

#23

Congrats for joining the club!
Nice item, indeed.

Massimo

#24

Quote:
Finally it's here the granma'and she looks very pretty, what do you think?

"she" lives

I would like to remove a mark on the left of the display, how can I do without to stress the granma?



Congratulations! Are batteries still made for the older machines?

#25

Hello Aurelio,
congrats for the new entry!

But we would take a look at the 'B' side...

Regards

Ignazio

Edited: 15 Mar 2012, 12:19 p.m.


#26

thank-you very much, thanks to all for congratulations, actually I'm very happy (like a children) and proud for this new entry, It's complete of its original case and tools and works really great. For Eddie's question, the battery is not the original but repacked.

And now the side "B" as requested, which is always an interesting point of wiev, here and here
Excuse me for the bad quality of the pictures I gave the reflex to my brother, and still waiting for.....its coming back


Edited: 15 Mar 2012, 3:01 p.m.

#27

That calculator is so mind-bogglingly ugly I donated mine as a raffle prize at HHC 2006.


#28

Quote:
That calculator is so mind-bogglingly ugly I donated mine as a raffle prize at HHC 2006.

Excuse me David, excuse my poor knowledge of the english language, but it's really for me very difficult to understand your comment

#29

I had one of these calculators (although it wasn't as nice as yours).

I thought the lime green and orange color scheme is/was HIDEOUS.

So at the 2006 HHC conference in San Jose, I donated my HP-70 as a raffle prize. Richard Nelson won it. He seemed to think I was crazy to do this and kept asking if I really wanted to. YES RICHARD I DO!

Yes, I gave away one of the rarest and most valuable HP Classic calculators for NOTHING. But at least I don't have to look at it any more.

Edited: 16 Mar 2012, 8:46 p.m.


#30

Thank-you David, now is clear!

Edited: 17 Mar 2012, 3:10 a.m.


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