DM41X Beta Programme

Discussion about the new DM41X calculator
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Mark Hardman
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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pcscote wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 12:52 am
Ordered! :)
Sylvain,

Thanks for posting at the MoHPC that the beta is now open.

Order has been placed (regardless of a certain killjoy's opinion).

A DM10L and DM41X all in the same month! :D :D :D
DM42: β00043, β00065, 00357 / DM41X: β00054, 00445
DM10L: 017/100, DM11L: 00121, DM12L: 02005, DM15L: 00523, DM16L: 00008, DM41L: 00111
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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Mark Hardman wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 4:26 am
pcscote wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 12:52 am
Ordered! :)
Sylvain,

Thanks for posting at the MoHPC that the beta is now open.

Order has been placed (regardless of a certain killjoy's opinion).
@Sylvain,

Thanks for the information !

@Mark

My point of view is : nostalgia is stronger than critics.

Ordered and confirmed by Michael too !
HP33E, HP34C, HP41C, HP16C, HP28S, HP42S, HP48S, HP12C, HP35S, DM42, DM41L, DM15L, DM41X (SN#15) and HP3000 @ work during 18 yrs as IT Mgr
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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Ordered, and confirmed by Michael as well.

While I am not a long term HP 41CX user (I have always used a HP 11C, and more recently a HP 12C and 17Bii), I have used the V41 emulator for a while, and love "playing" with the DM14L. My programs are some simple running statistics, and some equally simple work related things (base conversions, generating random strings, some simple unit conversions), so it's unlikely that I will find many bugs. But I am sure I'll love the experience!
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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Interesting that all four stack levels are visible. I wonder if a firmware update to the DM41L could make two stack levels visible, like in the prototype DM-42L. That'd be wonderful, if possible
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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I just found out over on the MoHPC Forum ...
And I just placed my order!

Soooo excited!

smp
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DM41X Beta SN: 00027
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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keithdalby wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 5:38 pm
Interesting that all four stack levels are visible. I wonder if a firmware update to the DM41L could make two stack levels visible, like in the prototype DM-42L. That'd be wonderful, if possible
How wonderful a portrait design is... :P
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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akaTB wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 6:34 pm

How wonderful a portrait design is... :P
Si Massimo, finalmente c'è l'abbiamo, bel ritratto !

Yes we got it, a real HP41 in Portrait mode.

I will wait for the postman in the next days :D
HP33E, HP34C, HP41C, HP16C, HP28S, HP42S, HP48S, HP12C, HP35S, DM42, DM41L, DM15L, DM41X (SN#15) and HP3000 @ work during 18 yrs as IT Mgr
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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Yep, you all got what you wanted. Don't deny me my dream of getting what I want too.
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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keithdalby wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 7:32 pm
Yep, you all got what you wanted. Don't deny me my dream of getting what I want too.
NOW you can get anything you want. The world is yours! ;)
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Re: DM41X Beta Programme

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Got one!
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