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

ED SHARPE couryhouse at aol.com
Sun May 19 19:36:34 CDT 2019

at the  time,  the hp-01 was  discontinued  when i  became a  dealer.  for the  calc/ hppc   line.    one  is  well  worn  and   could   be   sold/traded    the other   i  got  as  new  condition  and just   wore  to  hp 3000  conferences  etc.  and  will remain  with the museum...

Yea  might   be   fun  to look  for  some of those other  ones   you  mention... but the HP   one is    our  main    thing  we  cluster  ad  materials and go withs  around.
We   do  have a   few   extra  go withs  and  adverts  etc. to off  at  some  point

and  yes,   have the  tee shirt  from the  Corvallis  pipnic  (no misspelling)


In a message dated 5/19/2019 3:50:27 PM US Mountain Standard Time, cctalk at classiccmp.org writes:
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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