A Woodstock 67



#6

Hi all.

Since the HP-67 is built on Woodstock technology, shouldn't it be labeled part of the Woostock family instead of Classic lineage?

Just wondering.


#7

No Woodstock was in the 1960s and in New York. Not applicable here.

#8

Your observation is entirely correct, but tradition plants it firmly in the Classics series. I guess the packaging is deemed more decisive than the innards in this respect.


#9

And it does bear a family resemblance to the 65 so, yeah, I'll honour tradition and promote it to the Classic lineage.

#10

The same question could be raised much more so for the HP-19C. It's a Sting model even though its core is the same as the HP-29C Woodstock.

It's what the machine looks like...an HP-67 looks a lot more Classic than it does Woodstock.

Edited: 20 May 2012, 10:59 p.m.


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