Re: Expensive Dual X-Memory



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I bought two X-memory modules and a math pack for only 5 USD (I bought about everything three shops in Antwerp - Belgium had still in stock relating to the HP-41CX), but I did pay $400 for a brand new stock 41CX at classiccalculators.com (which is in absolutely new condition, manuals, etc. included and was delivered as promised and just a week after I ordered it and paid for).
It's the first time I post here and I am impressed with Mr. Hicks work.
I'm a long term HP-calculator user and prefer the size and ergonomy of the 41 over more recent models.
Best regards to you all!


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