HP-41 CX went for $610 in the end


HP-41 CX
. Sold to someone in the UK. Us Brits are nutters, aint we?


It wasn't me! but it was 1st April.....


At $610 a calculator, there is obviously no demand
for classic HP calculator designs, and nobody willing
to pay prices that could justify manufacturing them.
It is best to not sell any. After all, no company could make any money manufacturing a thing like that for $610.


Ahem! It was me! The "nutter" that paid $610 for the 41 CX see my other post about the manuals

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