Monday, September 15, 2014

My HP Collection

In honor of HHUC 2014 coming this weekend (link: http://hhuc.us/2014/index.htm), I am going to show (most of) my collection of Hewlett Packard calculators. I love visiting websites that show their calculator collections, such as www.rskey.org, http://ernst.mulder.com/calculators/, and http://mathcs.albion.edu/~mbollman/Calculators.html.


I have been collecting calculators since 1990. Here is the majority of my Hewlett Packard calculators:

Not pictured (from memory): HP 9g, HP 10b (2000s), HP 10bII+, HP 300s, HP 12C Platinum Edition, HP Calc 100 (still in its packaging), HP 15C (1980s, the emblem fell off)


Can't wait for this weekend. See you in Reno, HHUC!

Eddie


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