This project is a recreation of Rune Kyndal’s project featured on HACKADAY.IO. The project removes the electronics from an old HP 95LX DOS handheld PDA and adds new electronics with a Raspberry Pi Zero as the main component. My design is a bit different as I want the screen to be the same format as the original HP 95LX and to include a working touch screen and a real time clock.
|ID||Description||Part Number/Value||Package||QTY||Supplier||Item #||$ Each||$ Total|
|LCD1||800×320 LCD Resistive Touch Screen||1||BuyDisplay||ER-TFT046-1-5086-2469||19.73||19.73|
|PI1||Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W||1||Digi-Key||2648-SC0510-ND||15.00||15.00|
Soon steps will be added which have taken to create this project. This is still being worked on.
- Kyndal, Rune. “HPI95LX.” Hackaday.io, 19 June 2020, https://hackaday.io/project/172230-hpi95lx.
- tom-2015. “Tom-2015/RPI-AR1100: Calibration Program for the AR1100 on the Raspberry Pi.” GitHub, 2 May 2015, https://github.com/tom-2015/rpi-AR1100.
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