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submitted for your info.

How about writing  HP with your concerns?

Bob  Johnson


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 Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2002 12:46 PM
 Subject: HP


 Thank you for contacting Hewlett-Packard's Customer Care e-mail support.

 1. No.  We discontinued the HP 82240B IR Printer.  HP has also shut down
 the Research and Development of the Calculators.

 2.  HP is still manufacturing  all of the same CALCULATORS it was a year
 ago, but there are no new models.

 The HP 32Sii is our most difficult model to find because retail stores
 do not like to carry RPN calculators.  You can purchase it from HP
 shopping by calling 888-999-4747 or you can order online.

 If you need further assistance, please reply to this message.  You may
 also find technical and troubleshooting information along with software
 updates, on our HP Customer Care Web site at:

 Thank you,


 HP Customer Solutions Team
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