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A Cassette Deck: HP 82161
Mini-cassette drives offered magnetic data storage in small, robust packages, making them handy for use with portable devices like calculators. Codenamed Filbert, the 82161 was designed to work with t ...
Cementing a Foothold in China
Hewlett-Packard was a pioneer for Western companies in the People’s Republic of China. In 1979, following a trip from Dave Packard, Hewlett-Packard received a license to sell products in the country a ...
Doing Business in Hong Kong: HP Office
Hewlett-Packard’s Hong Kong subsidiary opened on May 1, 1979, following years of the company doing business in the area through local distributors. By the time this picture was taken in 1981, the Hong ...
Right-On Results: The HP 41
With its alphanumeric LCD screen and programming ease, the HP 41 was the right tool for all kinds of jobs. An ad for this calculator noted that “even people who know computers find it hard to believe ...
We’re Talking Tablets: HP 9111A
Long before the modern tablet and 2-in-1 boom, Hewlett-Packard was a pioneer in devices that allowed people to interface with their computer in new ways, including early graphics tablets, or “digitize ...