The HP Palmtop Paper Jan/Feb 1992
The HP Palmtop Paper
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Connect this little box and adapter to your LaserJet Printer's parallel
port and you can send your printing jobs directly from your 95LX to your
printer via the 95LX's hidden infrared port.
A waste of time, maybe, but games are one of the most requested items from
our User Questionnaire. Here's a listing of the games we've found so far.
A RAM card expands the disk storage space on your 95LX. Is there a difference
between the various cards available? Is there danger of losing files on
a RAM card? Is it possible to use your RAM card like a floppy disk directly
with your desktop PC?
This article continues the one begun on the front cover of the Fall, 1991
issue of The HP Palmtop Paper. Thanks again to the HP technical support
staff for compiling these answers to the most often asked HP 95LX questions.
In the next issue we will list the most frequently asked questions about
the HP 95LX on CompuServe's HPSYS forum.
A thick, comprehensive reference, a small, pocket reference organized around
tasks, and a well-organized Lotus tutorial are the first three books on
the HP 95LX that we've seen.
This article covers recent changes in the HP Systems Forum, and discusses
the most popular files you can get from the forum's libraries.
This article discusses System-Manager-compliant software that will run
in conjunction with the HP 95LX's built-in applications. Many future articles
in this publication will be based on the ideas introduced here.
These menu systems let you access DOS programs from a hotkey, much like
the built-in applications.
Ed reviews Video Display Editor (VDE), a popular freeware word processor
modified to run on the 95LX.
Tom discusses CompuServe, fixing the problem with his 95LX's serial port,
his new 1MB memory card, and making Lotus spreadsheets more space-efficient.
Ed reviews Forth programming on the 95LX using Essex Marketing Service's
UTIL package. He also finds a source for Turbo Pascal 3.02
Bil. Alvernaz inaugurates his new "How Do You Do That" column by explaining
how to set up and use the built-in DataComm program. He demonstrates HP
95LX communications capabilities showing how to access CompuServe and MCI
What is System RAM, the RAM Disk, and the relationship between them? How
do you adjust the ratio between them and what do you have to watch out
Hal talks about some of the products he saw at a conference for European
HP 95LX developers and discusses the distribution of The HP Palmtop Paper
outside the U.S.
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.