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01-01-2018, 09:31 AM (This post was last modified: 01-01-2018 09:35 AM by EdS2.)
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(12-31-2017 12:54 PM)Accutron Wrote:  I came across a Sperry-Remingdon 663 at a thrift store just a couple weeks ago. It's virtually identical to the 661-D, but moves the power switch from the front face to the side.
Oh, that's a major upgrade - the decimal point actually floats! What you (and I) took to be a front-mounted power switch is actually a selector between 0 and 2 decimal digits displayed after the point. The 661 is fixed point, the 663 is floating point.
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01-01-2018, 02:10 PM
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(01-01-2018 09:31 AM)EdS2 Wrote:  The 661 is fixed point, the 663 is floating point.

Ah okay, I should've noticed that. The 663 is analogous to the CM-603, rather than the CM-602.
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01-01-2018, 09:51 PM (This post was last modified: 01-07-2018 10:27 PM by Siegfried.)
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RE: Most common calculators in the forum?
45
80
97 (non-working)
41CV fullnut
41CX halfnut
12C
12C Anniversary
12C platinum
15C
2x 15C platinum
16C
10B
32SII
39gs
2x19BII
28C
28S
48G
48GX
38G
49g+
50g
33S
35S
2x30B (waiting to become WP34S)

Addition: a 200LX

Canon Pocketronic (dead batteries, spares awaiting installation)

TI-92
TI-92+


Most used is the WP34S iOS app, with the HP15C next, far too little time is spent on the remainder. Kids need to have TI30s in school and have not fallen for RPN yet.
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01-02-2018, 08:36 PM (This post was last modified: 01-02-2018 08:38 PM by larthurl.)
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(12-31-2017 09:26 AM)EdS2 Wrote:  A recent addition to my collection, received as a seasonal gift: a Sperry Remington 661D - 6 digits displayed, up to 12 calculated, fixed point. From 1972 or so, actually made by Casio, and with a Hitachi chip.
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See also here and here.

very nice, EdS2. Good, clean design. And neat green number display.
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01-03-2018, 11:12 AM (This post was last modified: 01-03-2018 11:14 AM by salvomic.)
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(12-30-2017 10:25 AM)salvomic Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 09:52 AM)pier4r Wrote:  ...
First post updated...

I'm updating also my first post, as I got a Casio FC 1000 (financial consultant) and they are coming here (next week) HP 41CX and HP 42s (happy!)...

At the moment, a very last update of my first post, with HP 71B and HP 15C LE.
Stop (for now): I ended my money Smile

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01-04-2018, 06:23 PM (This post was last modified: 01-04-2018 06:24 PM by Hans S..)
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(01-03-2018 11:12 AM)salvomic Wrote:  I ended my money

So did I.

@pier4r: You might add, additionally to my first list, these:

HP 12c
HP 38gs
HP Prime (second one)

WP 34s

Swiss-Micros 41L
Swiss-Micros 15L

TI 200 Voyage (second one)

Sharp EL-W 506x
Sharp EL-W 506

HAND,

Hans
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01-04-2018, 06:37 PM
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(01-04-2018 06:23 PM)Hans S. Wrote:  So did I.

And me too :-(

Because of the latest additions:

- Woodstock Low Power (Serial Number 0008 with GPS, found in the mailbox today, to be implanted into an HP-21 tomorow, time permitting)

- Commodore P50 (still on it's way from the UK) - inspired by this thread: http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9787.html

- MBO Monarch 1 (in transit)

- Ti82 Stats (in transit)

- Ti83 (in transit)

I truly hope that I will be outbid on all other auctions, otherwise there will be nothing to eat for the rest of the month....

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01-04-2018, 08:37 PM
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@pier4r I've just acquired a further 2 machines in the collection (and some more storage to put the damn things in!)

My initial post has been edited to add:

1 x TI-82 (2001 redesign)
1 x TI-89
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01-07-2018, 12:41 AM (This post was last modified: 01-07-2018 12:55 AM by Eddie W. Shore.)
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This is what I have (I have over 100, my apologizes if I forget a few.):

Hewlett Packard:
HP Prime (Hardware C, love the better colors on the keys!)
HP Prime (Hardware A, 2)
HP 12C (1 from the 2000s, fast chip, 1 from the original 1982 run)
HP 12C Platinum (my dad's favorite calculator, has the magnetic case)
HP 15C Limited Edition
HP 15C (1980s keyboard)
HP 42S
HP 41C (the base model, no X)
HP 50g (blue keyboard)
HP 71B
HP 35S
HP 32SII
HP 300s
HP 27S
HP 10B
HP 10bII+ (2)
HP 20S
HP 21S
HP 22S
HP 39gII
HP 48GX
HP 49G
HP 39gs
HP 10S Solar
HP 95LX (does this count?)
HP 39G
HP 48G (one of my dogs thought it was a chew toy)
HP 30b
HP 20b that was turned into a WP 34S
HP 35S (non working)
HP 19BII (battery door broken)
HP 49g+ (gold keyboard)
HP 9g
HP 28C (I'm afraid to touch the battery case because it seems it's stuck)

Texas Instruments
TI-84 Plus CE (1 gold, 1 black)
TI-84 Plus C (2 black)
TI-30 XIIS (1 light blue)
TI-74 (with Math module)
BA II Plus (1990s keyboard, 2010s keyboard)
BA II Plus Professional (1 black keyboard, 1 gray keyboard; the gray keyboard is a PAIN to operate)
BA-II (1984, basis of BA-35)
TI-92 Plus
TI Voyager 200
TI-89 Titanium
TI-35X
TI-36X Solar (2000s gray keyboard)
TI-36X Pro (1 buggy, 1 fixed)
TI nSpire CX
TI nSpire CX CAS (hardly use this anymore)
TI-85 (no battery cover)
TI-86
TI-30 SLR+
TI-55 III
TI-60X (had this one since 1991)
TI-68 (with a working display!)
TI-83 Plus (bought in a pawn shop in Atascadero, CA)
TI-30 II
TI-30Xa (gray keyboard, 2010s)
TI-30Xa Solar (1990s)
TI-30Xs
TI-34
TI-34 II
TI Math Explorer
TI-15 (won as a door prize at HHC)
TI-30 SLR
TI-35 Plus (door prize at HHC)
TI-58C (attached to a printer PC 100 I think, now lives the garage)
TI-1200 (still in its original box)
BA Real Estate
TI-80
TI-65 (non working)
TI-25X Solar (display not working)
BA-35 (no batter back)

Casio
fx-CG 50
fx-CG 10 (USA model, it's the 20 outside the USA)
fx-5800p
fx-3650P
fx-115ES Plus (2, USA model, 1 gray keyboard, 1 black keyboard, like the black one better)
fx-115ES (2, USA model)
fx-300ES (USA model)
fx-260 Solar II (I had this calculator with me during the Solar Eclipse on 8/21/2017)
fx-991 Classwiz
CM-100 (similar to the HP 16C minus the programming, but it is solar, in its original box)
Casio WM-320 MT (washable four key)
FC-200V
fx-7000G
SL-100L (folding basic calculator, I have 2, 1 is at work)
fx-9750G II
Classpad 330
Classpad fx-cp400
CFX-9850G (won this as a door prize at HHC)
fx-78
fx-9860 Slim
fx-6300g
fx-115D (1990s)
fx-260 Solar (old keyboard)
FX-795P (I don't think this works)



Sharp
EL-5500 III
EL-501W (I think I have 2)
EL-516T (bought this at my university last year, 2010s design)
EL-9600c (graphing calculator with stylus)
EL-738F (financial)
EL-510RN
EL-509A
EL-S25 (with a math drill feature)
EL-501X
EL-516X
EL-W535
EL-W506 (older keyboard)
EL-W516 (display is starting to deteriorate for lack of a better word)


Other
Radio Shack EC-4004 (clone of Casio fx-36P?)
Radio Shack EC-4036
Radio Shack EC-4026 (clone of Casio fx-4500p)

Calculated Industries ProjectCalc Plus 8525 (1 yellow, 1 white)
Calculated Industries Construction Master 5 (I think I have 2?)
Calculated Industries Qualifier Plus IIx
Calculated Industries Material Estimator 4019
Calculated Industries Machinist Calc Pro 4087

Canon F-710
Canon F-5

Victor V12 (HP12C Platinum clone)


Halo HLC-1 Lighting Calculator (deals with ceiling light fixtures)
RoadPro RPCA-421 (basic, bought this at a Pilot gas station near Palm Springs, CA)
A Scientific calculator I got at Rite Aid (clone of Sharp EL-501W)
Caibler 2592 (purchased at CVS, TI-30 XIIs clone, battery, cos^-1 mistakenly labeled con^-1)
Ativa Financial AT-10 (it is super slow)
Ativa A-36 (took a while for it to wake up)
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01-10-2018, 07:59 PM (This post was last modified: 01-10-2018 08:06 PM by pier4r.)
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I did not forget the thread (aside from the fact that the post themselves are great, a summary like the one in the first post, though, helps).

The problem is that I am having other priorities and I am also thinking to pass convent the first post data in monospaced text, so:
Code:
 code
to improve the readability.

Also I am losing one auction after another one ebay, even if it seems that people throw away for little money a lot of functional wonderful objects (casio, ti, hp, etc..), there is always someone looking like me on the same object and snatching it at the last moment when I don't look.

So far: a fx5800p lost, two 50g lost, 2 voyager ti200 lost, three 9860 are still open. There was a 48gII but I was not convinced I could use it. A 48 G for crumbs too, what a pity. I did not pick it because once again I was not sure I could employ it for real. There are plenty of TI and casio (most common worldwide I think), really it is heartbreaking.

Heartbreaking because I guess for each object sold on ebay there are thousands working objects (calculators or what not) unsold and trashed.

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01-10-2018, 08:55 PM
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(01-10-2018 07:59 PM)pier4r Wrote:  Also I am losing one auction after another one ebay, even if it seems that people throw away for little money a lot of functional wonderful objects (casio, ti, hp, etc..), there is always someone looking like me on the same object and snatching it at the last moment when I don't look.

Snipers, we are. :D

(01-10-2018 07:59 PM)pier4r Wrote:  So far: a fx5800p lost, two 50g lost, 2 voyager ti200 lost, three 9860 are still open. There was a 48gII but I was not convinced I could use it. A 48 G for crumbs too, what a pity. I did not pick it because once again I was not sure I could employ it for real. There are plenty of TI and casio (most common worldwide I think), really it is heartbreaking.

You just need to decide how much you are willing to pay for each item, beforehand, and not deviate from that. For some peculiar items you may set apart a small percentage more than your max amount.
If you win, you are within your budget, if you loose... oh well, who cares: it's not in your league.

(01-10-2018 07:59 PM)pier4r Wrote:  Heartbreaking because I guess for each object sold on ebay there are thousands working objects (calculators or what not) unsold and trashed.

C'mon, you alone can't save the world!
United we stand, divided we fall: there's always some of us outbidding you only to take care of his/her own new puppy. ;)

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01-11-2018, 03:54 PM
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Three more for you to add when you get a moment:

HP-12C
HP-41C (absolutely mint condition, really pleased with this one -- time module, quad memory module and X Functions module on their way from Germany and Australia...)
Casio FX-702P
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01-11-2018, 08:39 PM
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Not yet time for a big update, nonetheless since now the data collected is a bit, I am afraid to lose it (as far as I know, MyBB does not offer versioning). Therefore I started to use the community wiki that has versioning included.

I will update first the wiki page, to have versioning, and then mirror here.

http://www.wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=forum...calculator

(or you may update it yourself, but then I still have to mirror )

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01-14-2018, 07:43 PM
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Not yet updated, but found by chance a similar previous discussion. If you find others, please share!

http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgi-sys/cgiwrap/...read=48265

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01-17-2018, 09:02 PM (This post was last modified: 01-17-2018 09:03 PM by pier4r.)
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First post updated.

A couple of notes. I appreciate the honesty when you write "just bought", "in transit", "will be there". But I don't list it (because the device is assumed working, can be also DOA although I never hope so).

For the long lists, I really appreciate them, but then I report mostly the HP models.
The first post is only a partial overview, the real previous data is in the single lists.

Thanks to the holy wiki, one can check better whether I did the right additions.
http://www.wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=forum...=revisions

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01-18-2018, 05:41 AM
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Aristo M16 (2)
Aristo M-80
Aristo M-85 Green Display
Aristo M-85 (2) Red Dsiplay

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01-20-2018, 06:22 PM
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Some recent additions to my collection for the statistics (and of course to make everybody envious!):

1. A novelty calculator. A desktop ruler with a vey basic solar calculator that is actually the lid of a box for a selection of Post-its. (eBay, 1€) - everybody has seen it on eBay dozens of times I guess:

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2. Another novelty calculator. Reflects one of my true passions (calculators are only a secondary passion I'm afraid). The calculator itself is so boring that I didn't bother to replace the empty coin battery. The little label with the horse's stable unfortunately has become unglued. Need to keep looking for a perfect one :-)

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3. This curious 2/3 scientific calculator which has square root, Pi and logarithm but no triginometric functions. Labelled as "MBO", a German company, but certainly made by someone else:

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4. The already mentioned in several posts HP-49g+ into which I didn't even bother to put batteries for the photograph because I don't like it in the least:

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5. An older variant of a Ti-83 (again, too lazy to put batteries inside):

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6. A newer variant of a Ti-83:

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7. Triggered by this thread here http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9787.html I got myself a Commodore PR50 to fill a gap (PR100 I have several already):

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8. And this one is the crown jewel in this list. Arrived in the mail today from the UK. If you thought red LEDs are a wonderful thing - as I do - then you have not seen a Panaplex display yet. As I have not been able to see the electroluminescent display of the Apollo Guidance Computer's (AGC) Display and Keyboard Assembly (DSKY) in real life, which is probably even more incredibly beautiful, for me that orange gas-discharge display is the top of the world. The calculator itself, a Berkey/Omega 100 is a mere four-banger with the only addition of a fixed-decimal-places switch. But turning on the power will instantly throw you back into the Apollo era! It takes 2-3 seconds until the inverter inside that unusually heavy little calculator (about the size of an HP Woodstock but twice as massive) has generated enough high voltage to "ignite" the Neon gas inside the rightmost "0". So wonderful. How ultra incredibly wonderful would a "Woodstock low power" with a Panaplex display be - I hope the right person is reading this :-)

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01-27-2018, 12:52 PM
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My collection:
HP:
48SX
2 x 48G+
48GX
50G
2 x 71B
200LX
1000CX

Non HP:
TI-74
TI-95
TI 82
TI 84
TI 85
TI 86
TI 89
TI 92 Plus
TI Voyage 200
Pretty much every Casio graphing calculator, yet to catalog it though...
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01-27-2018, 01:12 PM (This post was last modified: 01-27-2018 01:14 PM by wawa.)
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hi

Here is my collection :
hp Prime
hp 48gx
hp 42s
hp 11c
hp 45
hp 25
hp 19b
hp 85

swissmicros DM42
Numworks

TI nspire cas - 83 premium ce
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01-28-2018, 09:58 PM
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Sharp EL-9650
Elektronika MK-52
Casio FX-83GT
Boots 425 SCIENTIFIC/Casio FX-31
Thornton Pic P271 slide rule
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