HP-01 calc watch go withs - brochures, t- shirts, booklets, ad copy who else collecting?

Fred Cisin cisin at xenosoft.com
Sun May 19 17:50:16 CDT 2019

I never had an HP-01.

But, I had several Casio CFX-40 and CFX-400 (wristwatch scientific 
calculator with "programmer" features (hexadecimal, octal, etc.)
I replaced broken case on a few, including Bob Wallace's.  Probably still 
have some.  underneath everything else.
A number of years ago (2002), Scott Mueller (author of "Reapair And 
Upgrade PC") had some extras of those that he was selling.

I have an Epson RC-20 wrist computer (Z80-like, RAM, ROM, serial port, 
touch screen)  Never imported into USA, so I had to learn to read 
some katakana.
But, the book had example programs, with Z80 mnemonics.
NO, nobody has ported CP/M to it.

There was a Seiko "smart" watch, that had a "candy-bar" keyboard.
Gave that away.

I have a Fossil watch, which runs Palm Pilot OS.  It is here and handy. 
It responded when I plugged in the charger!  I'll give it a day to see if 
it charges.

I have numerous OQO (SNAZZY! 4x5x1 inch XP computer)
MOST of the big pile of lithium batteries that I have for them will 
probably not charge.  They refuse to try if below low threshold, but 
sometimes a little jump will get them started, and charge up.

Been There Done That Had T-Shit Form the Picnic

On Sun, 19 May 2019, ED SHATTNER via cctalk wrote:

> heh! none   for   you   fred
> In a message dated 5/18/2019 7:04:22 PM US Mountain Standard Time, cctalk at classiccmp.org writes:
> t-shits form those picnic events.
> On Sat, 18 May 2019, ED SHATTNER via cctalk wrote:
>> HP-01 calc watch go-withs - brochures, t- shirts, booklets, ad copy who
>> else collecting?
>> We have a   few   spare   items    has  anyone  put 
>> together  a  checklist  of   go-withs?
>> Apparently  there  was a   series  of   picnics and  t-shits 
>> that  came  form those  events.
>> Drop    us  a  note  off list -- 
>>  Thanks  Ed#
>> (Fondly  remembering the  days   Jerry and  I  would  shake  our  HP-01s  at  each other at   3000  meetings...)

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