Woodstocks ??



#6

I know this sounds terribly neophytish but why is a 25 called a 'Woodstock'?

What about my 35 & 45 what are they ?

George


#7

25 is a woodstock
45 and 35 are classics.

Best regards,

#8

These are HP's internal series designations. Take a look at "Series & Code Names". Also note the code names a little bit further down.

Axel


#9

Axel

that answers my question perfectly, thanks

George

#10

The Woodstock series was named after the bird the the Peanuts comic strip... small, yellow, cute...


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