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HP Calculator Book Reviews

This Section includes my reviews of books in my personal library about HP Calculators and Computers which I own or have worked with, explaining in detail their contents as well as my overall evaluation of their style, presentation and, most importantly, usefulness to the casual and advanced user. Pictures of their front and back covers are also featured.



HP Book Review VA001 - A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers (Front cover)

Front cover of the book A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers by W. A. C. Mier-Jedrzejowicz, Ph.D., a a book mainly addressed to all those people interested in Hewlett-Packard's vintage handheld calculators.

See the link below for my 5-page comprehensive review of the book itself.

HP Book Review VA001 - A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers (Back cover)

Back cover of the book A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers by W. A. C. Mier-Jedrzejowicz, Ph.D., a a book mainly addressed to all those people interested in Hewlett-Packard's vintage handheld calculators.

See the link below for my 5-page comprehensive review of the book itself.

HP Book Review VA001 - A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers

This is my 5-page review of the book “A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers”, Fifth Edition, by W. A. C. Mier-Jedrzejowicz, Ph.D., a book mainly addressed to all those people interested in Hewlett-Packard's vintage handheld calculators and (mainly small) computers, either for collecting purposes, to know their history and characteristics or both.

It includes a comprehensive listing of its full contents and detailed descriptions of all Chapters, Sections and Appendices, plus my final Conclusion. See the links immediately above this one for larger pictures of the front and back covers.


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