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HP CalcPad series

Contents

  • HP CalcPad 100 1
  • HP CalcPad 200 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

HP CalcPad 100

HP CalcPad 100
Introduced 2009
Programming
Interfaces
Ports USB port + 2 USB port hub
Other
Power supply USB
Weight 90 g
Dimensions 136 × 88 × 18 mm

The keypad layout of the HP CalcPad 100 (NW226AA) is similar to the standard PC 10-key numeric pad. The keypad includes basic mathematical functions: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Is compatible with many Microsoft Windows applications: 98, 98 SE, NT, ME, 2000 and XP. Supports plug and play. Also works with Apple Computers, Apple Macintosh products, and most computers that support the USB protocol.

Has four hotkeys for easy access to: Microsoft Excel, Word, clear desktop, HP CalcPad calculator.

The CalcPad 100 has two additional USB 2.0 ports and may be used as a hub for any USB-compatible PC peripherals.

HP CalcPad 200

HP CalcPad 200
HP CalcPad 200
Introduced 2009
Programming
Interfaces
Ports USB port + 2 USB port hub
Other
Power supply Solar (SC1230) with battery (AG13) back-up
Weight 130 g
Dimensions 155 × 103 × 18 mm

The keypad layout of the HP CalcPad 200 (NW227AA) is similar to the standard PC 10-key numeric pad. The keypad includes basic mathematical functions: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percent, constant and 00 key. Is compatible with many Microsoft Windows applications: 98, 98 SE, NT, ME, 2000 and XP. Supports plug and play. Also works with Apple Computers, Apple Macintosh products, and most computers that support the USB protocol.

Has four hotkeys for easy access to: Microsoft Excel, Word, clear desktop, HP CalcPad calculator.

Unlike the CalcPad 100, the CalcPad 200 can work as a standalone basic business calculator, with a 12 digit LCD display, powered by a solar cell with battery back-up and automatic shut off.

The CalcPad 200 has two additional USB 2.0 ports and may be used as a hub for any USB-compatible PC peripherals.

See also

External links

  • HP CalcPad 100 datasheet
  • HP CalcPad 100 guia do usuário
  • HP CalcPad 200 datasheet
  • HP CalcPad 200 user guide
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