bothers me. There's no evidence of the internal printer (at the
rear right of the keyboard). That means it _might_ have started life as a
9831 (the BASIC-language model, which didn't have the printer AFAIK). I
hope not, that machine is, I am told, rather rare.
You would hope they would use something easy to get... ie the way
of least resistance!
Well, I did find a 9831 in a skip (dumpster). Said skip had quite a bit
of nice HP stuff in it, and I'd been given permision to rescue it. I
grabbed the ploter, 1350 graphics translator, etc. I nearly didn't bother
with the machine, it looked like a 9825, and I had one of those (and had
just given another one away). But I decided to pull it out to get the 2
I/O modules thst were in it. At that point I saw the nameplate was
'9831'. I'd never heard of that, so I grabbed it.