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  Hewlett-Packard  75C  aka KANGAROO   (19 pictures)
 

Uses the same µP than the HP Basic 80 line. It displays correctly lower case characters. Can also be programmed in Forth or assembler.
 
Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C
8KB RAM memory module is plugged in a port located behind the batteries.

Hewlett-Packard 75C
There up to 3 PCB's, the 1st one supports the RAM chips (8x2KB), the extention RAM connector, the HP-IL interface and the power.

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C
The PCB are connected together with pass-through connectors.

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C
The 2nd PCB in the CPU board with ROM chips.

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C
The kangaroo...

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Hewlett-Packard 75C

Introduction date15/09/1982
End date1984
TypeBasic
Last update date2010_02_11
ProgrammableY
RAM size16KB (up to 24KB)
ROM size48KB
Number of functions
Alpha capabilitiesY
Number of keys65
Display typeLCD
Number of digits on display32.
Graphical (X x Y)N
Extention(s)1 port RAM, 3 ports ROM
PrinterHP-IL
SavingHP-IL & lecteur cartes magnétique integré
Date or clock capabilitiesY
MicroprocessorCapricorn
Functions listBasic
Size (length x width x thickness)127x254x32
Weight737gr
Batteries3xAA
External powerY
Power consumption
Twin
Made inUSA
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