The HP Palmtop Paper Volume 7, No 2 March/April 1998
The HP Palmtop Paper
Volume 7, No 2 March/April 1998
Table of Contents
Hal discusses the new upgraded palmtops, rechargeable batteries, and whether
DOS is still alive and well.
A long-time LX user, who recently purchased a new Windows CE Handheld PC,
describes his experience and first impressions
Typically, the entry-level cost for a "Computer Numerically Controlled"
router is over $20,000. But this palmtop user has developed an HP 200LX-controlled
woodworking router that's available for much less
This musician used his HP Palmtop to keep on schedule and within budget
while recording his band's new CD.
Church musician utilizes his HP Palmtop's database capabilities to keep
up with musical colleagues despite limited practice time.
Even if you're not a professional vocalist or musician, your palmtop can
make singing or performing easier and more enjoyable.
Use MaxDOS to run DOS programs without having to exit System Manager; then
add HDM, which can handle up to 120 DOS programs.
Ed Keefe demonstrates some of the commands available in the LXBatch programming
language and creates a program to enhance FILER on the HP 200LX.
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.