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Catalog Number

102646167

Title

This man is using the smallest "computer" ever made...

Type

Text

Date

1974

Publisher

Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)

Place of Publication

U.S.

Extent

14 p.

Dimensions

11 x 8 1/2 in.

Copyright Holder

Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)

Description

Four color fold-out brochure for the HP-65 programmable pocket calculator. The front cover shows a man plugging a plastic (Mylar) programming card into the HP-65's card reader, with the heading "This man is using the smallest 'computer' ever made..." Scattered throughout the brochure are color images of people using the HP-65 and close ups, including an actual size photograph, of the calculator. The brochure has three "chapters." These cover the use of pre-recorded program cards, the ability to create your own programs and the functions that are already built into the calculator. The end of the brochure has a color photograph of all of the components included in the price of the calculator and a written list of each. Technical specifications and the warranty are in boxes on the back cover.

Category

Promotional Material

Subject

Scientific applications; Educational applications; promotional materials; Business applications; Hewlett-Packard Company (HP); HP-65 (Pocket Calculator); Calculator: programmable

Lot Number

X3067.2005