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A Serious Offering: HP Series E Calculators
Series E was the first collection of Hewlett-Packard handheld calculators with a diagnostic error code system which identified errors made by the user in entering data. With both business (HP 37E and ...
A Signature Color Scheme
The Hewlett-Packard logo’s blue and white color scheme was first introduced in 1979 as part of a logo redesign. The color scheme would continue to be a part of the company’s brand from that point forw ...
HP’s First Winchester Drive: The 7910
The 7910 disk drive was Hewlett-Packard’s first use of IBM’s “Winchester” technology, which began an industry standard for memory that continued until 2011. The 7910 offered 12MB of storage and was fi ...
Making a Case: The HP 5036A Micro Lab
As microprocessor-based computers were gaining traction in the 1970s, Hewlett-Packard introduced the 5036A Micro Lab as an educational tool designed to teach engineers about the basics of microprocess ...
The HP 41C: The “Handheld Computer”
The HP 41C was one of many Hewlett-Packard calculators to blur the line between calculator and computer. It was the first Hewlett-Packard handheld device to feature an alphanumeric keyboard and expans ...