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HP has been developing personal information appliances for more than 30 years, from commercial, consumer and notebook personal computers to handheld appliances. HP calculators—including the company's breakthrough HP-35 model—were the first in a long line of products that combined miniaturization and portability with powerful computing technology.

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Click to go to more infomation on the 9100A Calculator.

» 9100A calculator, 1968

Click to go to more infomation on the Abacus HP-35.

» Abacus HP-35,
c. 1972

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-35 Calculator.

» HP-35 calculator, 1972

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-45 Calculator.

» HP-45 calculator, 1973

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-80 Calculator.

» HP-80 calculator, 1973

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-65 Calculator.

» HP-65 calculator, 1974

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-97 Calculator.

» HP-97 calculator, 1976

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-01.

» HP-01, 1977

Click to go to more infomation on the HP-85 Computer.

» HP-85 computer, 1980

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