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Ulrich 's brings you the HP-41C.
The calculator that grows with you.

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The HP-41C. Never before has this much power
been this easy to use or this adaptable.
In your personal career path you can out-grow '
your calculator. Course content changes,
becomes more sophisticated, your problem-
solving requirements increase, and often you
have to upgrade to a more powerful calculator.
Not so with the HP-41C. It has a resident memory
of over 400 lines, or 63 data registers, or any
combination. Enough to handle sophisticated
data, intensive problems. It has 130 standard
functions. And any function, or any program, can
be assigned to any key-allowing you to
customize your HP-41C to meet your own specific
needs. The HP-41C Continuous Memory retains
programs, data, and key assignments even after
the calculator is turned off. And it is alphanumeric.
Programs can be named, output can be labeled,
error messages and prompts appear in words.
Despite its sophistication, the HP-41C is easy to
use. The HP-41C Owner's Handbook can guide
anyone-even novice programmers-through com-
plex calculations with easy-to-understand, step-
by-step procedures.
More than a calculator, the HP-41C can become
a complete personal computation system.
Expand memory to 2,000 lines. Add a Card
Reader, and Optical Wand that inputs bar-coded
programs, a printer that also plots, plus plug-in
applications modules that provide solutions to
problems in business, science, and engineering.

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Come in for
remarkable
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a demonstration of this truly
calculator. And compare our prices.
any deal or refund your money.

HP-41C Calculator . . . Mfg. Sug. $295.00. . . $250.75
Card Reader ......... Mfg. Sug. $215.00 . . . $182.75
Printer . . . . ... . Mfg. Sug. $385.00 . . . $327.25
W and .............. Mfg. Sug. $125.00 . . . $102.50
Memory Module ...................... $45.00

Ulrich's: A calculator for every need.

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Supplement to The Michigan Daily

Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, September 13, 1980

549 East Universitv at the corner of East U. and South U.

662-3201

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