The HP Palmtop Paper Volume 6, Issue 6 Nov/Dec 1997
The HP Palmtop Paper
Volume 6, Issue 6 Nov/Dec 1997
Table of Contents
This section lists new products of interest to users of the HP palmtop
PCs. New Products includes descriptions of hardware, software, books, videos,
training and service offerings. Prices listed in this section are suggested
retail. You may be able to get the products for less if you shop around.
Those interested in participating in an HP Palmtop users group should contact
the following individuals. Send us contact information formatted as below
if you wish to be added as a contact for a users group in your area. Some
of the individuals listed offer Palmtop advice but may not be organizing
an official users group.
Hewlett-Packard has announced the release of its new 360LX Palmtop PC running
Windows CE 2.0. An upgrade program is available for HP 320LX users. The
new 620LX, to be released next year, will sport a high-resolution color
display and built-in voice recorder.
Hal discusses HP's Windows versions of palmtop PIMs; connecting the Newton
keyboard to the palmtop; 8Mg double-speed palmtops; and Thaddeus Computing's
purchase of used palmtops.
The president of Times2 Tech is interviewed about doubling the palmtop's
speed and increasing its memory to 8Megs; palmtop repairs; and more.
At last, a keyboard you can touch type on.
Ed picks the "best of the best" free software from The HP Palmtop Paper
1997-98 Subscriber PowerDisk.
This program asks for words chosen at random from the contents of any HP
100/200LX database, such as a vocabulary or foreign language database.
Southern California-based Honda Bob" has tailored his palmtop's applications
to his unique business.
This Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet can help you avoid last minute rushing to
make a plane flight (or help you get anywhere else you need to be). It
easily accommodates various chores and tasks that need to be accomplished
prior to showing up at the ticket counter.
From CP/M to the HP 95LX to the OmniGo700, this pub owner from Ireland
recounts the best of his computer adventures.
If you ask a number of HP LX users how they got started using their palmtops,
you'll get some interesting answers.
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.