Product Timeline -35A 1972-07-01 one at all (also: Classic, RPN, etc.) -80A 1973-02-01 business, TVM4, date arithmetic, bond, depreciation, shift key, statistics, display mode control -45A 1973-05-01 last X, numbered registers, trig modes, conversion constants, store/recall arithmetic -46A <=1973 printer, no display -65A 1974-01-19 programmable, card reader, octal, f-1 key, triple shift key -70A 1974-08-01 dedicated TVM registers -55A 1975-01-01 timer -21A 1975-02-01 Woodstock -25A 1975-08-01 none -22A 1975-09-01 none -91A 1976-03-01 Topcat -27A 1976-05-01 "do everything" (scientific, statistical, business), normal distribution, heavy statistics -25C 1976-07-01 continuous memory, "upgrade" -95C not JUMP -67A 1976-07-01 "matched set" (w/-97A), last Classic, rapid reverse branching, synthetic programming -97A 1976-07-01 "matched set" (w/-67A), rapid reverse branching, synthetic programming -10A 1977-07-01 adding machine logic, "handheld" printer -29C 1977-07-01 first CMOS/SOS memory (with -19C), last Woodstock -92A 1977-07-01 TVM5, bond, depreciation, IRR, calendar selection -19C 1977-09-01 first CMOS/SOS memory (with -29C) -97S 1977-12-01 serial output, last Topcat -31E 1978-05-01 Spice series (with -33E and -38E) -33E 1978-05-01 Spice series (with -31E and -38E) -38E 1978-05-01 Spice series (with -31E and -33E), cash flows, moveable program/register divider -01A 1978-07-01 algebraic, 4 function, watch, non-EEX entry machine -32E 1978-07-01 (with -37E) -37E 1979-07-01 (with -32E) -33C 1979-07-01 last Spice (with -34C and -38C), last ->C conversion (with -38C) -34C 1979-07-01 numerical integration, root finder, gamma, last Spice (with -33C and -38C) -38C 1979-07-01 last Spice (with -33C and -34C), last ->C conversion (with -33C) -41C 1979-07-01 Coconut, alpha, ports, user keyboard, CMOS/SOS CPU -85A 1979-12-07 ? -85F 1980-05-07 ? -41CV 1980-12-15 none -83A 1980-12-15 ? -83F 1981-01-15 ? -41opt1 1981-03-24 first blank keyboard -11C 1981-09-01 Voyager (with -12C), RAN# -12C 1981-09-01 Voyager (with -11C) -87A 1982-02-08 ? -86A 1982-06-14 ? -87XM 1982-06-14 ? -15C 1982-07-01 complex including hyperbolics, matrix, all 12 conditionals! -16C 1982-07-01 programmer's (base arithmetic, variable length word size) -10C 1982-09-02 last Voyager -75C 1982-09-15 portable computer -85B 1983-06-01 ? -86B 1983-07-01 ? -41CX 1983-10-01 none -71B 1984-02-01 Saturn machine, IEEE math -75D 1984-02-01 none -18C 1986-06-01 Clamshell, algebraic since -01A, solver, list-based cash flow and stats, I/R output, appointments and clock (not counting -71* and -75*) -28C 1987-01-05 RPL, general units, graphing, complex numbers, symbolic math, symbolic integration, differentiation -94D 1987-02 8086-compatible (with -94E and -94F) -94E 1987-02 8086-compatible (with -94D and -94F) -94F 1987-02 8086-compatible (with -94D and -94E) -17B 1988-01-04 Pioneer, use of two-level ALPHA menu (all with -27S) -19B 1988-01-04 text, multiple language support -27S 1988-01-04 Pioneer, use of two-level ALPHA menu (all with -17B), algebraic scientific -28S 1988-01-04 graphics objects, directories for user variables -22S 1988-06-01 pre-programmed equations -32S 1988-06-01 RPN solver and identification of variables by RCL, checksums for programs, L## display of program lines 14B 1988-10-31 "vertical" menus, COMPUTE key -42S 1988-10-31 polar complex notation -10B 1989-01-03 none -20S 1989-01-03 libraries (with -21S) -21S 1989-01-03 libraries (with -20S), statistics-only 17BII 1990-01 dual logic machine (with 19BII) 19BII 1990-01 dual logic machine (with 17BII), last Clamshell 48SX 1990-03-06 real units that work, bidirectional I/R, matrix editor, equation writer, kermit, 3D complex, stack application, ->Q, serial port, overhead projector support from HP 32SII 1991-03-01 combined RPN and algebraic solver, use of RCL to build strings, use of equations as messages, algebraic equations within RPN programs, use of different representations for subtraction and minus sign in front of numbers, use of smaller E to indicate exponent fractions 48S 1991-04-02 none 95LX 1991-04-23 palmtop, painted key legends, second Lotus 95LX1MB 1992-03-02 none 100LX 1993-05-04 25x80 display, fast I/R 48GX 1993-06-01 128K RAM built in, able to accept bank-switched RAM cards in port 2 up to 4 meg 100LX2MB 1994-02-01 2MBytes of memory 48G 1995-01-01 38G 1995-04-06 hard cover, split screen, ApLets, implied multiplication, numeric table view of equations, hang tag box, cardboard packaging 48G+ 1998-03-30 first machine from Australia 6S 1999-04-01 English/French manual, DRG key, DRG conversions, AB/C key, D/C key DMS display mode, cube root, XNOR, first complete machine from Australia just being different: \GS+ named DATA \GS- named DEL FLO mode weird max on hexadecimal values dubious: can't set radix mark, must unscrew case to change batteries 6SSolar 1999-04-01 solar power, no off function, otherwise same list as 6S 49G 1999-05-21 CAS, rubber keys, use of flash, use of field upgradability, CUT/COPY/PASTE/FIND-REPLACE, TOOL, downloadable fonts 30S 2000-04-07 swappable keyboard colors 39G 2000-? ? 40G 2000-? ? 10Bii 2000-? ? 9G 2003-01-24 none 9S 2003-01-24 none 12CPt 2003-05-? ? 49G+ 2003-10 US, 2003-09 rest of world ? 17BII+ 2003-09-23 ? 33S 2003-10? integer division 39G+ 2003-10? ? 48GII 2003-10? infinite precision integers 40g+ 2004-01-08 19BII+ 2004-01 ? 40GS 2005-fall 8s 2006-01-01 12CPA 2006-? 39GS 2006-? 50G 2006-? 10s 2007-07-12 ? 35s 2007-07-12 ? 20b 2008-? ? 30b 2008-? ? 12BII never introduced ? -56A never introduced ? -66A never introduced ? -81A ? ? -83A ? ? -85F ? ? -95C never introduced ? 38G+ never introduced ?
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