First time HP-41CX user

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First time HP-41CX user

Postby Sequimite » Wed Nov 23, 2011 3:49 am

Thanks for the excellent resources on this site. I've been working my way through the manuals and a programming book.

I desperately wanted an HP-41C in 1981, but lack of money forced me to settle for a TI-59.

This morning I happened across an HP-41CX with a membrane keyboard cover, mag card reader/writer and infared module in pristine like new condition and bought it.

My first question is, why can't I find any reference to the membrane keyboard cover? It works great and the keyboard beneath seems untouched. Is it so common or so rare or has my google-fu failed me?

Thanks.

edit -> found references to the membrane touchpad cover, HP-82200A, online.
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Re: First time HP-41CX user

Postby gmayer » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:54 pm

I have never seen an hp41 with this kind of a keyboard! I've never seen any HP calculator with that kind of a keyboard. It was used by Casio in several models (e.g., FX-451).

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