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HP-41 GPS Module - True or fiction?
11-08-2016, 08:23 PM
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RE: HP-41 GPS Module - True or fiction?
(11-08-2016 07:38 PM)Garth Wilson Wrote:  Heck, if you're going to use a card-reader shell, you could put a graphic LCD in the top too. I got a working card reader on eBay a few years ago to put an MLDL2000 in it, and then found out the MLDL2000 is more or less obsolete because of NoV64 not to mention 41CL. I have two tape drives, and I've never had a tape failure. What do I need a card reader for. (OTOH, what do I need a GPS for. I'm all for extending the life of the 41 with new technology though.)

A bit off topic, but I found the MLDL2000 to be the perfect companion for testing MCODE on the HP41 hardware. It has RAM pages and a USB port! Just hook it up to the computer and download images in virtually no time. No need for serial ports, flashing, HPIL or whatever, just hook up the HP41 using USB and run MCODE. You do not even need to disconnect it!

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