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Hp-17b

HP-17B
Type Business
Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
Introduced 1988
Discontinued 1990
Cost $110
Calculator
Entry mode Algebraic, RPN
Display Type LCD
Display Size 132x16
CPU
Processor Saturn
Programming
Other
Power supply 3 button sized cells
Weight 4.25oz
Dimensions 14.7cm Length , 7.8cm Width , 1.5cm Height.[1]

HP-17B is an algebraic entry financial and business calculator manufactured by Hewlett-Packard, introduced on January 4, 1988 along with the HP-19B, HP-27S and the HP-28S. It was a simplified business model, like the 19B. There were two versions, the US one working in English only, and the international one with a choice of six languages (English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese).

HP-17B code name was Trader and it belonged to the Pioneer series of H-P calculators.[2] It had a 132x16 LCD dot matrix, 22x2 characters, menu-driven display[3] , used a Saturn processor and had a memory of 8000 bytes, of which 6750 bytes were available to the user for variable and equation storage. HP-17 had a clock with alarm that allowed for basic agenda capabilities, as well an infrared port for printing to some H-P infrared printers.

HP-17B was replaced by HP-17BII (code name Trader II) in January 1990 which added RPN entry, and HP-17BII was replaced by HP-17BII+ in 2003.

References

  1. ^ http://www.thimet.de/CalcCollection/Calculators/HP-17BII/Contents.htm
  2. ^ http://www.fbalzer.de/tr/pioneer.html
  3. ^ http://www.thimet.de/calccollection/Calculators/HP-17BII/Contents.htm

External links

  • HP Page of Christoph Gie├čelink scripts for The HP-17B and more


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