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Getting a Grip: HP 9807A Integral PC
The HP Integral PC (model 9807A) was a “luggable” workstation, meaning that it was designed to be carried from place to place but needed to be plugged into an AC power outlet to operate — it did not h ...
Integral Employees: Women at HP
Female employees on the production line assembled Hewlett-Packard Integral portable PCs. No matter the decade or product, women played a critical role for production at Hewlett-Packard — by 1985, the ...
Temple of Apshai on the HP 150
The HP 150 hosted some of the earliest PC games, including the classic role-playing game Temple of Apshai. The game was run using a 3.5″ floppy disk, a new technology in the U.S. at the time.
Women at HP: Carolyn Ticknor
In 1978, only 0.5 percent of HP’s U.S. managers were women. By 1985, that percentage had increased to 6.2 percent thanks to the recruitment and promotion of women like Carolyn Ticknor (pictured), then ...