|Re: Strange turn of events|
Message #3 Posted by Tony David Potter on 13 Mar 2003, 11:34 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Tony David Potter
Here's the result of my latest inquiry - According to her, the scientific will not be graphing, and it _should_ be from a different manufacturer than the HP-30 & HP-9 series.
Of course, it'd be nice if the website (http://www.hp.com/support/calculators) actually worked.
Here in technical support, all we know is that there will be at
one new finance, one new RPN scientific, and one new graphing
out by the end of the year. We have not been given any release
nor any further info about the calculators.
I can say that the difference between the Scientific and the
the scientific does not have graphing, therefore, the new RPN
would (hopefully) be RPN, non-graphing, shirt pocket size. I'm
they will continue to create new RPN calculators. In case you
heard, www.fixthatcalc.com repairs and refurbishes the pioneer
including the 42S, 32S, 32SII, 17BII, etc.
As for the body or keyboard, yet again, we have no idea. I can
believe (nothing official at all) that we have new designers so
they will be very different from both styles.
I hope what little information we can offer is helpful, and keep
out at www.hp.com/support/calculators for new models.
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