The HP Palmtop Paper March/April 1992
The HP Palmtop Paper
Issue 2 March/April 1992
Table of Contents
HP announces a new 95LX with 1MB of internal memory, and a program where
current U.S. users can upgrade their 95LXs for $190. HP also introduces
a 1MB RAM Card.
For your interest only! We do not suggest or encourage any 95LX user open
the case and perform any internal repairs on the HP 95LX.
Adding programs to the System Manager requires creating the APNAME.LST
file (not documented in the User Manual). It must be done precisely to
avoid problems including data loss. Thanks to Mark Scardina for these guidelines.]
Which of these four connectivity kits for the HP 95LX is best for you?
Nuvotech will be releasing a Mac connectivity kit for the HP 95LX. In the
mean time, this alternative was discovered by one of our subscribers.
His Mission: To return to his Alma Mater and interview candidates for employment.
His Plan: Utilize his HP95LX to automate and assist wherever possible.
Larry Lefkowitz shows how to use the 95LX to send messages and download
files from CompuServe's HP 95LX Support Forum.
This software program "remembers" the words you use and finishes typing
your words for you, saving you time on the 95LX's diminutive keyboard.
Ed compares using Lotus and HP CALC to do "break-even analysis" on the
Tom works around the 95LX's tendency to mandate default directories, and
then relaxes with HP CALC
Ed discusses programming tips and utilities that make writing programs
on the 95LX somewhat easier.
Press two keys and carry out ten keystrokes: It's possible with this 95LX
function that lets you do less and accomplish more! However, use caution.
Notice about Palmtop.net
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working or broken: HP 200LX, HP 100LX and 1000CX.