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Channel Surfing: HP 3421A
The 3421A Data Acquisition/Control Unit (silver, by the subject’s knee) could measure voltage, resistance and frequency for up to 30 channels. Developed originally for the 41C calculator (shown here i ...
Getting Technical: Women Technicians
In the 1970s, more women found opportunities to work in technical roles, an area traditionally dominated by men across the industry. Women made up 11 percent of all Hewlett-Packard technicians by 1978 ...
HP 9830A: The Dawn of the Desktop
The 9830A programmable calculator was arguably Hewlett-Packard’s first desktop PC, which would also make it one of the earliest devices in the history of desktop computing. At the top of Hewlett-Packa ...
The Hewlett-Packard Journal Name Bank
Hewlett-Packard launched the Hewlett-Packard Journal in September 1949. The Journal was a technical publication focused on the company’s R&D breakthroughs and new product information. It provided a va ...