Attention collectors!

Forum for discussion of the DM10, DM11, DM12, DM15, DM16 and DM41 units

Would you be interested in owning a DM10L?

Yes
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No
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Total votes: 57

Thomas Okken
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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by Thomas Okken » Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:28 am

marie wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:21 am
Do not miss that one too ....

https://www.hpmuseum.org/hp10.htm
Yes, with 90 different two-digit numbers to choose from, HP have re-used some of them several times over, confusing collectors forevermore. :D

marie
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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by marie » Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:13 pm

They never made a HP-88 though, while TI tried a TI-88 ...

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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by akaTB » Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:25 pm

Thomas Okken wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:28 am
marie wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:21 am
Do not miss that one too ....

https://www.hpmuseum.org/hp10.htm
Yes, with 90 different two-digit numbers to choose from, HP have re-used some of them several times over, confusing collectors forevermore. :D
TI-30, anyone? :lol:
Greetings,
    Massimo

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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by rprosperi » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:08 pm

Thomas Okken wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:28 am

Yes, with 90 different two-digit numbers to choose from, HP have re-used some of them several times over, confusing collectors forevermore. :D
And 10 is especially overused. In order of introduction, there are:

HP-10 (sometimes called the 10A)
HP-10C
HP-10B (yellow labels)
HP-10B (green labels)
HP-10BII (Gold)
HP-10BII (Silver)
HP-10BII+

Not surprisingly, they are generally worth progressively more today as you move up the list (newer to older) though 10B w/yellow might be the cheapest due to the huge number of them sold.
--bob p

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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by ab_normall » Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:00 pm

akaTB wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:25 pm
Thomas Okken wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:28 am
marie wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:21 am
Do not miss that one too ....

https://www.hpmuseum.org/hp10.htm
Yes, with 90 different two-digit numbers to choose from, HP have re-used some of them several times over, confusing collectors forevermore. :D
TI-30, anyone? :lol:
Lol, but YES, (Texas Instrument) TI-57 was the minimal MANDATORY in my Software Enginireeng OLD SCHOOL for some mathematics inducing to have a mionimum of Home Work programmable little stuff for the course in French: "Cours de méthodes numérique" which was mandatory and they could'nt impose to pay more for a TI-58, or TI-59 but some deos. So since I was "poor" student, I was on TI-57 (dead after the first year of study, and I was working for an electrician 1 month to pay my very first HP-41CV + TimeModule, and have forget all about TI-57 but Before I was working on a Pr1me/computer in 1970's, also UNIVAC, VAX 11/780, IBM s/36, also IBM s/38 and IBM s/400, and IBM equivalent (Banksters) using often COBOL on Hitachi ES/9000 clone of hugest IBM's Mainframes of those times...

But very later I was in love with the IBM s/400 so I've buyed one: F02-model of IBM s/400 with PASCAL/400 and C/400, and another soldout: model D04 (huger than the F02), IBM s/400 with PASCAL/400 and not with C/400, and was in contact with many others systems; VAX/VMS, UNIX/SOLARIS, ULTRIX(Dec), AIX(IBM), etc.CICS+TSO, Mantis, IDEAL-DATACOM/ORACLE or /SYBASE, Delta-COBOL (banks and Insurances was often on L4G with huge databases), SQL*****, etc. (but all in was midiFrame or several Mainframe shaped and without "mouse"/pointers, not even graphical monitors, except at school for some industrial purpose including automation systems, also CAO, but with special Graphic Stations not citizen accessible), etc.

in french is "Génie logiciel avec orientation en informatique industrielle et systèmes de régulations", may translate as software ingeniring methodology for programming in the basys of industrial's rules and others restrictions for regulation (automation) of industrial systems.

Always avoiding SAP (...)

/etc.

But TI-30 .... I don't even know about it and after Hewlett-Packard experienced in pocket calculators, never other way (or spirit for micro-computing) for pocket computer could interst me better. (I confirm) Today there is Raspberry Pi but its another kind of interest,

Actually if I where "rich" and having place for, and if I haved more than 2 years of quality life, I where probably on IBM i ... but a strong one in other cost like 50'000USD (at least), with linux AND i System, etc. But I should be the only one to know why (...) #FrankSoltis Patented concepts, etc if if if if ... no more if....
I'm too brainwashed to not ask something about this. #calmdown (says all my doctors)

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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by ab_normall » Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:05 pm

Thomas Okken wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:28 am
marie wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:21 am
Do not miss that one too ....

https://www.hpmuseum.org/hp10.htm
Yes, with 90 different two-digit numbers to choose from, HP have re-used some of them several times over, confusing collectors forevermore. :D
Yes I've saw this one too, very old micro computing for office purpose (I suppose by the presence of an included printer) a piece of collection too, or a piece of museum (not even programmable) kinda weird to me :shock:
I'm too brainwashed to not ask something about this. #calmdown (says all my doctors)

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Re: Attention collectors!

Post by akaTB » Thu Sep 12, 2019 8:31 pm

ab_normall wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:00 pm

But TI-30 .... I don't even know about it
It was just an example of a model name abused a gazillion times.
Greetings,
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