INTRODUCING THE HP-41C. (Sep, 1979)
Totally unrelated to the article, but it’s interesting to see how subtle changes to fonts can make OCR systems completely fail. ABBYY FineReader 10 (which is by far the best OCR program I’ve found), was utterly unable to read any of the bold text on top, or even recognize that it WAS text.
INTRODUCING THE HP-41C.
A WHOLE NEW STANDARD.
The new HP-41C has more than any handheld calculator HP has ever offered. More capability, flexibility, ease-of-use features and options: Memory Modules; an “extra smart” Card Reader; a Printer; The Wand — a new input device; and Application Modules.
Peripheral Vision impacts your computer! (Apr, 1978)
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a printer sold in kit form before….
Peripheral Vision impacts your computer!
with a full-size, low-cost impact printer.
Until now, the hobbyist and small businessman have had one major problem in assembling a reasonably priced microprocessor system with the capabilities found in the more costly computers. It was impossible to find a high-quality, high-output printer for hard copy needs at an affordable price.
The First Truly Silent Motherboard (Apr, 1978)
I am so confused by this ad.
ARTEC CRAFTSMANSHIP HAS CREATED The First Truly Silent Motherboard
Noise in your bus lines means errors in your programs. The Artec shielded Motherboard totally eliminates noise.
At 4MHz, the Artec shielded Motherboard is free from spurious noise. No ringing in your bus lines. No errors in your programs.
This Motherboard offers you engineering and craftsmanship never before available in the small computer field. Outstanding as either a replacement for your present Motherboard or as the heart of a new system. Consider these features: