|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Simple, 8 BCD digits, no exponent,
||1 summing register, not permanent
||8 digit 7 segment black&white LCD
||Magnetic back so that it sticks to meta surfaces.
|Original Pricing, Production
China, 9.84 € when I bought it. Apparently much cheaper in the US (the
HP site offers it for 5.99 USD). Produced since aprrox. 2010
||Included, but not easily accessible
||Length 11.8cm, Width 4.4cm, Height 1.5cm
||HP-QuickCalc Spec Sheet (PDF, 3.5 Mbyte, English, April 2008)
HP-Taschenrechner Produktleitfaden (HP Calculator Products Overview, PDF, 1.8 MByte, German, December 2008)
||Interestingly, the calculator shown in the QuickCalc Specs as well as the Products Overview has a different key layout than the one I bought.
a very "high-tech HP-like" device. Maybe Hewlett Packard's attempt to
get into the every day calculator market. I really bought it only for