Re: thinking out loud



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On this most favorite subject, HP could reintroduce the 42S as is as a Web Site only Calculator, even for a test since is is still in production as a service replacement, and nearly eliminate all of that nasty overhead that would come with trying to re-release for retail. I would expect a big bubble, then a taper off. Next up, the redesigned improved model for general release, web and retail, especially net and college bookstores.


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