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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Hewlett Packard  HP-110 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 26th February 2011
Blahs Blase'' (USA)

I bought the 110+ in 1985 with the disk drive and printer and the screen upgrade to 26 lines and one megabyte of RAM. I used it almost everyday for ten years to run my business on the road and it was a fantastic computer. A battery charge was good for 20 hours of work, much longer to just store data. It had MS Word 1A on a ROM chip and Lotus 1-2-3 and they both ran quickly with no problems at all. As I recall the retail price for everything was somewhere around Seven thousand dollars and it was worth it. I still have it but haven''t turned in on since 1994.

Thursday 20th May 2021
Lohi Karhu (Germany)

Rich WIlson (HP3478A Guru) mentioned the PPU in the 11ü, and couldn''t see the part number, but I''ll bet it was a Motorola 146805G2, or similar$ Myself and a friend built the very first evaluation system for this processor, in 1982/83, even beating Motorola to the market... it was one of the first generation of ultra-low power MCUs, ideal for that application, at that time.

Tuesday 23rd May 2017
Denis Wicking (United Kingdom)

Just found the complete collection - laptop, printer, disk base, manuals, bag when clearing out my dad''s gear. I will see if it works soon

Wednesday 18th May 2016
HL (Germany)

Hi, can anyone send me a scan of the service manual of the original 110? My one does not boot at all, i thing the eprom contents is lost.
Thanks HL

Friday 1st June 2012
Christa Maas (Germany)

I still have my HP 110 Portable Plus - and it is still working !
I bought it 1985 and it helped me in my business for more then 10 years - it was the best maschine that time - just
great !!!
My Question: How much money ($ or €) wouldl it bring, if I would sell my Portable Plus from 1984 today ?
It would be fantastic, if somebody would answer me.
Christa Maas

Sunday 22nd April 2007
David (Australia)

Hi, I don't know if anyone noticed but this laptop was used in the end of the Knight Rider episode "The Wrong Crowd". It was used near the end by Bonnie.

Wednesday 19th November 2003
Anna (Michigan)

I've got one fo these. I took it out of my basement the other day and plugged it in. I forgot how annoying the beeping gets.

Sunday 13rd July 2003
jason (dayton, oh)
otherside PC

so i just decided to post again to change my e-mail.. i stil have this thing if anyone wants to check it out.. later...

Wednesday 17th July 2002
oPC_iNC_Fu (dayton, ohio)

my buddy found one of these in the trash today, it is in working condition, but we can't get the lotus or memomaker to work(i didn't mess with it too much..., it has a couple manuals, the disk drive, a printer, and a carrying case with it, the cables to connect the drives... if anyone is interested in buying this or has any software or info, let me know... i never knew they even made stuff like this, let alone a website all about it... sweet, peace out homies....

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