How many calcs do you have. (curious)



#4

I do have 3 HP48GX, 1 48G+, 2 32SII, and a 17 Bii.


#5

...and 2 identical posts in the forum. Do you collect these also? ;-)))

Cheers, Victor

#6

HP's: 1x 10c, 1x 20s, 2x 32sII (brown & silver bezel)
Casio: 1x fx-602p, 1x fx-4500p


#7

Dear Bert,

want you sell your CASIO FX-602P??? Please, do that!!! I will the best buyer on the World, if you're want!!! :)

Csaba


#8

Posted by Tizedes Csaba on 2 Dec 2003, 2:52 p.m., in response to Re: How many calcs do you have. (curious), posted by Bert K on 2 Dec 2003, 2:44 p.m.

Dear Bert,

want you sell your CASIO FX-602P??? Please, do that!!! I will the best buyer on the World, if you're want!!! :)

Csaba
*************************

I have a CASIO FX-702P, which I'm willing to trade
in to one of your calculators.

(Let's discuss more in a private e-mail.)
[VPN]

#9

Csaba, sorry but I don't want to sell my 602P. It took some trouble to obtain one in the first place. Second, the 602P was the calculator I badly wanted but couldn't afford when I was a student. Back then I swapped another Casio calculator for a Casio FX-501P (I wish I stil had that one). The 501P is a predecessor of the 601P/602P calculators. Owning a 501P for me was the closest thing to a real 602P. Oh those were the days...

#10

That was my first programmable calc given to me by my dad. But it has always bothered me that there is a socket on the top and I don't know what to do with it. Any idea on this one?

Thanks

Arnaud

PS: No it is not for sale


#11

did it take the same fa-1 as the 502p? if so that's the socket.

#12

The 602P was my first computing device, too. Wanted to have a 41C badly but that was _far_ too expensive. The connector connects to a FA-2 interface that saves your programs to a cassette player (not included). You could also 'program' music to a cassette.

#13

As others have indicated, there was a cassette tape interface that could be connected (2 in fact: FA-1 & FA-2). There was also a printer that could be connected (FP-10), and both could be daisy-chained together with the calc. This was quite a lovely machine, almost on par with HP-41, though I always had (and still have) HP-41 envy.

This was my first programmable, and it carried me through 6 years of high school & university. A few years ago I dusted it off, and took a long walk through memory lane. There wasn't nearly as much available for it compared with HP-41 & TI-58/59, so I had built an extensive library of my own software. I was surprised I was still able to read my cassette archive.

- Paul


#14

>This was quite a lovely machine, almost on par with HP-41, though I always had (and still have) HP-41 envy.

One thing is that sizewise, I guess you could put at least 4 casios in on hp. I don't have a 41 (too young for that, and my dad is not rich enough) but I always thought it was much too big

Arnaud

#15

Would be interesting to see which one's are each persons favorite calculator too.


#16

My favourites are the 11C for pocketable everyday calculator use, 42S for programmability and complex math, 71B for larger programs and hp-il i/o, Compucorp 324G for showing off and its wonderful orange display!


#17

No waffling!


#18

Well...ok if I must choose then overall winner is 42S, but I hate having to discard any of them!

#19

Most beautiful: 41CX
Most useful: 42S

#20

Too many to count - I need an adding machine to figure it out!

Actually, right now, probably about 50-60. No set favorite, but I like 32SII, 15C, 41CX, and 42S (no real surprises).

#21

hp48gx (2)
hp 15c (2)
hp 32sii
casio fx 4000p
casio fx 6300g

#22


#23

Hello Mike (Stgt)! 112? Wow!

How about SWAP? Just DROP_NOSPAM.

[VPN]

#24

One each of: HP-6S, HP-9G, HP-20S, HP-32S, HP30S

From the other side: SR-10, SR-11, SR-16, SR-20, SR-22, SR-50, SR-51, SR-52, SR-56, SR-60....

To be precise:

114 TI's with SR-Designation

825 TI's with TI-Designation

44 TI's with other des Lile CONCEPT III...

155 non TI's like Sharp EL-8A, Canon Pocketronic...


Regards,
Joerg


#25

92 items so far. All of them HP, no TIs. Sure some are duplicates and some (may be 15%) are not currently working. I still have to find some items that I find missing in my collection.

Jose

#26

I had more last month. ;o)

Casio:
FX-890P (i80188 inside, 256K RAM)
Z1 (i80188 inside, 32K RAM)
Z1-GR (i80188 inside, 32K RAM)
Elektronika:
MK-52
Hewlett-Packard:
HP-31E
HP-32E
HP-33C
HP-33E
HP-34C
HP-37E
HP-38C
HP-38E
HP-41C Fullnut (first model)
HP-41C Fullnut (second model)
HP-41C Halfnut
HP-41CV Fullnut
HP-41CV Fullnut with serial number on a metal label
HP-41CV Halfnut
HP-41CV Halfnut with serial number on a metal label
HP-41CV Blanknut
HP-41CV Blanknut with plastic bar disabling USER & PRGM
HP-41CV Gunzen transformed by Zengrange Ltd, Leeds
HP-41CX Fullnut
HP-41CX Halfnut
HP-42S
HP-48SX
HP-48GX
HP-67
HP-71B v.1BBBB
HP-71B v.2CDDC
HP-75D
Novus:
4515
Sharp:
PC-1360
Texas-Instruments
SR-52
SR-56
TI-57
TI-58
TI-58C
TI-59

Alas I do not use and need all of them.
I'm particularly interested in HP-41 and its emulation
(Translator pac for HP-71B, 41CV Emulator Card for HP-48SX, HP-42S, Emu41 by Jean-François Garnier,...).
To be continued...

#27

The ones I like most are the items from the very beginnig of the pocket calculators' era because of their sometimes strage details. One example is the Sharp EL-8 with its remarkable itron tubes or my almost mint and fully functional Canon Pocketronic (got it from Katie) or the superb Compucorps.

The greatest beauties I have are the HP-65 with its fine and clear key concept and the TI SR-51, a really rare beauty and hard to get in good condition.


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