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Hewlett-Packard and Project HIRED
HP was an active partner of Project HIRED (Helping Industry Recruit Employees with Disabilities), a Bay Area nonprofit dedicated to helping people with disabilities find work. Worldwide EEO manager Ha ...
HP’s Engineering Graphics Systems
Hewlett-Packard’s Engineering Graphics Systems allowed users to create visual representations of 3D objects. Its primary application was to aid the designers of printed circuit boards, but its ability ...
Taking a RISC: The HP 3000 950
When it was introduced in 1986, the HP 3000 950 was the most powerful computer Hewlett-Packard had ever produced, capable of supporting up to 400 terminals. Along with its counterpart, the 930, it was ...
The HP 28C: HP’s First Graphing Calculator
The 28C was Hewlett-Packard’s first graphing calculator and the first handheld calculator from any company to be able to solve algebraic equations.
What Popped Up: HP Vectra’s Drives
Hewlett-Packard’s popular Vectra computer became available as a laptop in 1987. To conserve space, it used pop-up memory drives, either dual pop-up 3.5″ floppy disk drives or one pop-up disk drive and ...