HP 49G+ Models


As I understand it, HP released a revision of the 49G+ after the original, which featured a better keyboard as well as some other fixes. My question is, how can I tell if I'm buying a new model or an old one? I have seen on ebay people advertising both the CNA52 and the F2228A serial numbers. Which one is the newer one?




please take a look at comp.sys.hp48 .

Eric Rechlin just posted an article which should

clarify any questions regarding this topic.




Yes, I was just reading that thread:


Best regards.




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