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P > PSION > Organiser II


 

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Monday 17th December 2012
Christopher Havel (Siler City, NC, USA)

...oh, right...

Mine is in fact an XP-labeled LA model. (That''s normal, I hear.)


Monday 17th December 2012
Christopher Havel (Siler City, NC, USA)

Fixed my organizer today! The battery leads had gone. A replacement snap connector (soon I''ll add a diode for reverse-polarity protection) fixed that problem rather quickly.

I can''t say my soldering skills are "all that", but they were sufficient.

Now if only I had a CommsLink cable...


Tuesday 23rd October 2012
Simon Lyne (England)

Here''s a webpage version of the programming manual for this machine.

I will keep an eye out for any other documents.

TheEPROM9 $-)

Link: http://archive.psion2.org/org2/manlzpg1.htm


Tuesday 23rd October 2012
Simon (England)

For programming guides and manuals/PDFs have a look here. Might prove useful for those seeking information and use on the programming language.

Link: http://www.garethjmsaunders.co.uk/psion/programming16_opl.html


Monday 25th April 2011
Christopher Havel (Siler City, NC, USA)

I have one of these... my father worked for a company that was using them for many interesting things, but I don''t know much more than that. The company was named "Learning Resource Consultants" if I remember correctly.

My unit (a model XP) is missing the battery spring (it fell out) and won''t turn on anymore. I think it died a year or two ago $ that''s a pretty good run considering it''s about as old as I am! (I was born in ''86...)


Wednesday 7th April 2010
Ian Gillman (Rockford, IL, USA (originally from the UK))

I am still using my LZ64 to keep lists and notes, in fact it is strapped to my belt right now. I use it at work and at home to keep track of things that I need to do and for appointments. I have to remember to only store short term things as the battery lasts somewhere between 1 and 2 months and the unit resets when I replace the battery (I guess the internal circuitry to keep the memory alive with no battery is no longer operational).


Wednesday 3rd January 2007
Brett Price (UK)

I used to work for British Telcom, and as a field engineer, we used these terminals between 1988-1996 to record or time keeping and jobs completed on a daily basis. We then unplugged the ram pack and posted it every Friday to a central office for download. If it wasn't for this little device, BT engineers wouldn't have got payed! It was easy, albeit basic to use but got replaced with Laptops enabled with GSM to contact our intranet and data base directly. 10/10 psion!


Sunday 17th December 2006
Otto Yamamoto (Highland, NY, USA)
The Comrade Yamamoto Experience

I had one of these-the LZ 64, in fact. Quite a nice piece of work. I wrote a little program to calculate IV drip rates. The A-Z key setup was a pain, but otherwise this was a top rank machine that was reasonably cheap. I sold mine for more than I paid for it, but now I wished I've kept it...





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