From: Volker Neurath on

HP28S, HP48GX, HP17BII+, HP49G+

Volker,
wish i would have buyed the 41CV instead of the Sharp PC1500 years
before...
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Im ´┐Żbrigen bin ich der Meinung, das TCPA verhindert werden muss
From: gerard.evrard on
My list...
HP35 must have for any HP collector
HP45 nicest classic non-prog
HP55 has character
HP10 ugly, mad collector stuff
HP21
HP25
HP67 I'm not impressed...
HP97 very usable
HP34C excellent pre-HP15C
HP41CV with Zenrom, MLDL2000 and other modules
HP41CX
HP75C with 64K pod
HP75D also
HP71B lots of this one, my favorite
HP11C
HP12C
HP15C impressive
HP18C
HP28C *2
HP28S *2 the nicest RPL
HP48SX nice but too large
HP48GX bad pop-up boxessss my preciousss
HP42S all-time best RPN, a jewel
HP6S bad, bad, bad
HP10BII
HP19B who uses that ?
HP19BII still bad
HP20S sleek and under rated
HP30S bad cheapo
HP32SII
HP33S tried, disliked
HP38G was supposed to be the new star. wasn't
HP40G 38G on steroids - hum
HP49G+ with 'good' keyboard (!!!)
HP200LX4M useful, efficient, the old way
HP9825 *2 and lots of ROMs, I love this wonderful machine
HP9830 big boy, screams "power"

and other brands, but no Xpander...

From: J.Chen on
On Feb 14, 8:20 am, gerard.evr...(a)free.fr wrote:
> My list...
> HP35 must have for any HP collector
> HP45 nicest classic non-prog
> HP55 has character
> HP10 ugly, mad collector stuff
> HP21
> HP25
> HP67 I'm not impressed...
> HP97 very usable
> HP34C excellent pre-HP15C
> HP41CV with Zenrom, MLDL2000 and other modules
> HP41CX
> HP75C with 64K pod
> HP75D also
> HP71B lots of this one, my favorite
> HP11C
> HP12C
> HP15C impressive
> HP18C
> HP28C *2
> HP28S *2 the nicest RPL
> HP48SX nice but too large
> HP48GX bad pop-up boxessss my preciousss
> HP42S all-time best RPN, a jewel
> HP6S bad, bad, bad
> HP10BII
> HP19B who uses that ?
> HP19BII still bad
> HP20S sleek and under rated
> HP30S bad cheapo
> HP32SII
> HP33S tried, disliked
> HP38G was supposed to be the new star. wasn't
> HP40G 38G on steroids - hum
> HP49G+ with 'good' keyboard (!!!)
> HP200LX4M useful, efficient, the old way
> HP9825 *2 and lots of ROMs, I love this wonderful machine
> HP9830 big boy, screams "power"
>
> and other brands, but no Xpander...
what you meant by bad pop up boxesss on the 48GX? just curious.....



From: gerard.evrard on
> what you meant by bad pop up boxesss on the 48GX? just curious.....

I mean that the nice hierarchical menu system on the 48SX (with top
row soft labels) was replaced on the 48GX by pop-up boxes that you
would scroll with arrow keys. Was so unfriendly that HP devised a flag
to override it and revert to the nice previous behavior.

From: Raymond Del Tondo on
<gerard.evrard(a)free.fr> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:1171560240.831166.230630(a)s48g2000cws.googlegroups.com...
>> what you meant by bad pop up boxesss on the 48GX? just curious.....
>
> I mean that the nice hierarchical menu system on the 48SX (with top
> row soft labels) was replaced on the 48GX by pop-up boxes that you
> would scroll with arrow keys. Was so unfriendly that HP devised a flag
> to override it and revert to the nice previous behavior.
>
At least on the HP-48GX, you do not need a flag to use the menu structure.
In most cases, the right-shifted keys invokes a menu,
and the left-shifted keys invokes the appriorate menu tree.