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Hewlett Packard Journal, September, 1968 - Introduction of HP 9100A
Hewlett Packard Journal - 9100A Calculator Introduction, September, 1968 Edition
The Hewlett Packard Journal is a wonderful example of a corporate technology publication that truly tells the story behind the people, innovation, technology, and culture of the company. It is a benchmark publication in this realm, beginning publication in September of 1949, and finally ending in 1998 after publishing hundreds of high quality articles about Hewlett Packard products.
The September, 1968 edition documents the groundbreaking Hewlett Packard 9100A programmable scientific desktop calculator. The HP 9100A broke ground in so many ways, doing so with discrete transistor technology by using brilliant design and some ingenious technologies to pack a tremendous amount of calculating power into a small and attractive desktop unit.
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