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published March 02, 2023
HP's first product was an audio oscillator, a device used in sound equipment for testing and measuring sound waves. Later, HP moved on to producing electronic instruments. In the 1950s, HP went on to become one of the first companies to build computers using transistors.
HP's first computer was the HP 2116A, launched in 1966 and selling for a price of $49,900. This was followed by the HP 3000, the first 16-bit minicomputer in 1972. In 1976, HP released the HP-85, the first personal computer, which was a success.
The HP-85 was followed by the HP-150 in 1983, the first desktop computer with a built-in graphical user interface (GUI). HP continued to innovate in the computer industry by developing a variety of products for businesses, including desktop PCs, servers, laptops, and storage devices.
Moreover, HP pioneered the concept of printing with computer technology. In the 1990s, HP released the DeskJet, the first printer with inkjet technology. HP's printers, scanners, and other office products became essential tools for businesses and home users.
By the late 1990s, HP had become one of the largest PC manufacturers and was among the first companies to offer wireless and Internet-connected products. HP continues to innovate in the computer industry and remains a leader in the field.
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