|Re: HP 29C stolen|
Message #2 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 7 Sept 2004, 2:14 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Milton Holladay
please, check here and you'll find the results from serious research. Also, track E-bay for prices.
One important thing: collectors searching for this model pay higher prices.
There is no direct replacement for an HP29C, mostly if you consider the Woodstock series (HP21, 22, 25, etc.). If you want a closer, more resourceful equivalent AND still a LED-display calculator, you can go for an HP34C. Or you can go for an earlier model and try an HP67 (bigger, in most aspects). If LED's are no trouble (despite of the fact he's not been heard around here for some time, I hope Norm does not read this...), the choices are even better: HP10C, HP11C, (a lot more resourcefull) HP15C, HP41 series, HP42S (rare and, in some cases, expensive), HP32SII (same).
Others will give you different suggestions, I guess, but I am trying to guess you used your HP29C as a scientific tool and that you needed programming and RPN functionality. BTW, is this what you want from a calculator?
Best regards. And sincere hopes that you find what you want.