List of all Models ever made ?



#18

Hi,

i am totally confused now. I try to create a list of all hp-models ever made. I am struggling with the newer ones :-(

Is this correct?

HP 9g
HP 9s
HP 10bII
HP 12C Platinum
HP 14bII
HP 17BII+
HP 19BII+
HP 30s
HP 33s
HP 39g
HP 40g
HP 48g+
HP 48gII
HP 49
HP 49g+

best regards

Andreas


#19

And you forgot teh list that this museum website has in it's main page!!!! Please don't ignore THE OBVIOUS!!!


#20

Hi,

sure there is a list. But the newer ones are missing :-(

best regard

Andreas

#21

The 19BII+ is only very slightly rumored yet, I have even seen 2 very different designs for it!
Maybe you forgot the 6s, although it is not produces anymore, it is still readily available

Arnaud


#22

PLEASE, let's all forget the 6S...

#23

Hi,

I have seen the picture here: http://www.dynatech.de/product/category.asp?cat_id=1853

so i putted it on the list. BTW: You are right: the 6s/solar are missing in my list.

best regards

Andreas

#24

Andreas,

As Arnaud mentioned.. you should add the 6S and 6S Solar.

I don't think I've ever heard of a 14BII. Is there one?

And FWIW, there is also the new 39G+.

Matt


#25

Hi,

see the update ...

Best regards

Andreas

#26

Add 19c, a printing hand held.


#27

Hi,

I know the 19C. But its an "old" one: http://www.hpmuseum.org/19.jpg

Best regards

Andreas Stockburger

#28

Hi,

here is the update:

hp6s hp6solar HP9g HP9s HP10bII HP12C-Platinum HP17BII+ HP19BII+ HP30s HP33s HP39g HP39g+ HP40g HP48g+ HP48gII HP49 HP49g+

Is this Ok now ?

Best regards

Andreas


#29

I don't get it. Should that be a list of all HP calculators ever made???


#30

Hi,

No, this is NOT a complete list. I want to know which NEW Calculators are on the market now. The "old" ones are clear an well documented on this site: http://www.hpmuseum.org

Best regards

Andreas

#31

The new models seem to have the hp letters not HP

so some corrections:

hp 12c platinum financial calculator

hp 17bII+ financial calculator

hp 19bII+

hp 33s

hp 39g+

hp 48gII

hp 49g+

While the older models have big HP

HP 39G

HP 40G

HP 49G

Although the marketing says HP, the calc reads hp

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#32

Have a look at my website. I think I have all presend and past models there...

www.hp-collection.org

By the way. In a few weeks I will present my new website with new layout and better documentation of all accessoires..

Matthias


#33

Hi Matthias,

i visited your site but could not find the required information. Please help me: I need to know which calculators where made after the HP48. This is what I found:

hp6s hp6solar hp9g hp9s hp10bII HP12C-Platinum hp17BII+ hp19BII+ hp30s hp33s HP39g HP39g+ HP40g HP48g+ hp48gII HP49 hp49g+

Is this correct now ?

Best regards

Andreas


#34

I don't think you can name the Hp19Bii+ yet. Beta's may be available, but I doubt that also.


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