The HP Palmtop Paper
Vol 3, Number 3, May/June 1994
Table of Contents
Dr. Meissner takes us through a very active day in the life of a Palmtop
in the pocket of a Cardiologist.
This doctor prescribes the HP Palmtop as the cure for medical information
ills as he uses it to track patient problems, calculate drug doses, and
fulfill other functions of his "peripheral brain.".
Wouldn't it be nice if we didn't have to spend as much on healthcare, as
individuals and as a nation? The HP Palmtop and some inexpensive software
might be part of the solution.
The RM-60, a small pocket sized Geiger counter connects to the HP 100LX
to allow you to collect and analyze information about radiation in your
The house staff of 21 resident physicians used the HP Palmtop for signing
out patient information, referencing drug interaction data, reviewing protocols
for different medical situations, and more.
Hal turns the HP 100LX into an effective time management tool by focusing
on important goals rather than urgent ones.
Mark sheds light on the sometimes "Black Art" of using the HP Palmtops' not-completely standard communication port to connect to and communicate
with modems, printers, and other PCs.
The newer HP Palmtop User's Guides devote less space to "Reverse Polish
Notation," but RPN can reduce the number of keystrokes for quicker calculations.
Notice about Palmtop.net
Palmtop Network with its S.U.P.E.R. (Simply
Unbeatable Palmtop Essentials Repository) software is now
available under the domain name of
|We buy used palmtops,
working or broken: HP 200LX, HP 100LX and 1000CX.