Hp future calculator


Look at this :
A New Hope ?

All the best
Pierre Brial


hmm. the 30s was never a perennial favorite.


I agree with Hugh, the 30s never got my attention. It's just another algebraic with flat keys. This hp page just doesn't convince me. Thank heaven for my 42s, 32sii, and *cringe* my 49g...

What happened? I guess computers and pocket pcs' are easier to market. I wish HP'd do what I read in another post, that being to just do a big run of 42s or 32sii and sell 'em off.

I'm so comfortable with my 32sii's key layout that I'd really think twice before giving up that great big 'enter' key and hinged keys to get a new manual to read...

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