[DM10L] Coming soon!

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Email sent...
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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Bump! Any progress ?
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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Hi !

At the bottom of
https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php
one can register by entering your email address for updates about DM10L ...
:lol:

Cheers Carsten
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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tuxfish wrote:
Fri May 31, 2019 6:12 pm
Hi !

At the bottom of
https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php
one can register by entering your email address for updates about DM10L ...
:lol:

Cheers Carsten
That's weird - at the bottom of that page, this is what I find:
The DM41 is a clone of the HP-41CX including a real-time clock.

The alphanumeric LCD screen of the HP-41C revolutionized the way a calculator could be used, providing user friendliness (for its time) and expandability (keyboard-unassigned functions could be spelled out alphabetically). By using an alphanumeric display, the calculator could tell the user what was going on: it could display meaningful error messages ('ZERO DIVIDE') instead of simply a blinking zero; it could also specifically prompt the user for arguments ('ENTER RADIUS') instead of just displaying a question mark.
Enter your email address for updates about availability of the credit card sized DM41
DM42 #40 running C43 | DM41X #50 | various HP models
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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There are three places on that site where you can enter your email address. Seems not all of them are up-to-date and relevant still. This site could improve with a little maintenance...
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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H2X wrote:
Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:47 am
tuxfish wrote:
Fri May 31, 2019 6:12 pm
Hi !

At the bottom of
https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php
one can register by entering your email address for updates about DM10L ...
:lol:

Cheers Carsten
That's weird - at the bottom of that page, this is what I find:
The DM41 is a clone of the HP-41CX including a real-time clock.

The alphanumeric LCD screen of the HP-41C revolutionized the way a calculator could be used, providing user friendliness (for its time) and expandability (keyboard-unassigned functions could be spelled out alphabetically). By using an alphanumeric display, the calculator could tell the user what was going on: it could display meaningful error messages ('ZERO DIVIDE') instead of simply a blinking zero; it could also specifically prompt the user for arguments ('ENTER RADIUS') instead of just displaying a question mark.
Enter your email address for updates about availability of the credit card sized DM41
But for some strange reason, at the bottom of this page:

https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php#DM16

I find this:
The DM10 is not officially available anymore.

The DM10 is the last and lowest-featured calculator in this line, even though its number would suggest an earlier origin. The 10C was a basic scientific programmable. While a useful general purpose RPN calculator, the HP-11C offered twice as much for only a slight increase in price. Designed to be an introductory calculator, it was still costly compared to the competition, and many looking at an HP would just step up to the better HP-11C. Poor sales led to a very short market life, making it one of the most difficult of the series to find today.

A limited collectors edition will be available of the DM10L
Enter your email address for updates about DM10L
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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No mystery, as the OP says it's all the same page, https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php, which is about the various models. Scroll (up and) down and you will see all the places to request to be notified.

You can enter the page at different points and the end of the url reflects the entry point.
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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rprosperi wrote:
Sat Jun 01, 2019 3:44 pm
No mystery, as the OP says it's all the same page, https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php, which is about the various models. Scroll (up and) down and you will see all the places to request to be notified.

You can enter the page at different points and the end of the url reflects the entry point.
And remember there is a difference between a DM10 and a DM10L.
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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tuxfish wrote:
Fri May 31, 2019 6:12 pm
At the bottom of
https://www.swissmicros.com/models.php
one can register by entering your email address for updates about DM10L ...
:lol:
Thanks Carsten, I was not aware of this, email registered! :)
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Re: [DM10L] Coming soon!

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On my iPhone, scrolling down on that page doesn't work very well, I tend to get stuck halfway, so I can't reach the DM10 part at the bottom. I had to view the page on my laptop to confirm that part was even there. (The SM web site is generally not very mobile-friendly.)
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