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Sunday 21st December 2014
Adrian Georgescu (Romania-Bucuresti)

I worked on HP 9825 in 1980 for AGIE-CUT


Sunday 21st December 2014
Adrian Georgescu (Romania-Bucuresti)

I worked on HP 9825 in 1980 for AGIE-CUT


Wednesday 7th December 2011
Jan Pieter Mulder (Brasil)

This was the first computer I worked with... in 1982! AND I wrote my first basic programs (calculations) for it!


Wednesday 7th December 2011
Jan Pieter Mulder (Brasil)

This was the first computer I worked with... in 1982! AND I wrote my first basic programs (calculations) for it!


Tuesday 5th April 2011
Dale Zimmerman

My high school got an HP-9825B when it first came out. My mom used one of it in a computer class the very same year (taught by a man that would later be my math teacher). 30 years later, the computer is still there, and functioning. I know because I used it! The magnetic tape reader and printer are both what would generally be considered irrepairable. However, the plotter and punch card reader both still work just fine!


Tuesday 8th June 2010
Isleif (Bayamón Puerto Rico)

The HP9825 has a feature that HP called Live Keyboard on which one could do calculations or check the contents of the variables in programme whilst it is running.
It has a 16 bit proprietary hybrid processor and for it''s day was a very fast machine.





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