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A Fantastic First Ad: HP’s First Magazine Ad
Hewlett-Packard’s first magazine ad appeared in the November 1939 issue of Electronics, showcasing the Model 200B audio oscillator. This product would notably be used by Walt Disney Studios to test so ...
A NewWave of Technology
Windows 3.0 users got a boost with HP NewWave, an information tool that was designed as an integrated software system. Customers could test the solution with an interactive disk to experience the brea ...
A Personal Greeting: Printable Expressions
Users could customize their own greeting cards with a Printable Expression kit, which included a CD-ROM, paper supplies and a color Inkjet printer. It was Hewlett-Packard’s first product targeting the ...
A Revolution: HP 400AC Voltmeter
When Dave Packard designed the HP 400AC voltmeter in 1948, he was on to something big. This product launched the beginning of a voltmeter product line that would continue for 50 years and more than a ...
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 ...
All in the Family: The Growth of the HP 3000
By 1989, the HP 3000, first launched 17 years earlier, had grown into an entire family of business computers that were expandable and compatible, allowing for a wide range of systems from which to cho ...
Calculating Change: 1960s HP 9100A Ads
The notion of a computing machine so small and cheap it could qualify as an individual or personal device was hard to grasp in the 1960s. Hewlett-Packard ads were designed to make the 9100 seem both c ...
Disney’s Mission: SPACE Built with HP Tech
Thrillseekers could experience adventure in a galaxy not so far, far away with Mission: SPACE, a Disney World ride built with Hewlett-Packard technology. Hewlett-Packard was no stranger to space-theme ...
HP 28C Calculator Magazine Ad
The HP 28C rewrote all the rules about what a calculator could do. It was known as the “first” in many categories — all of which Hewlett-Packard was happy tell people about.
HP 35: Marketed to the Consumer
On January 4, 1972, Hewlett-Packard introduced the HP 35, the first handheld scientific calculator. Designed to fit into a shirt pocket (under Bill Hewlett’s direction), the device was the first produ ...