HP Saturn (microprocessor)

HP Saturn (microprocessor)

The Saturn family of microprocessors was developed by Hewlett-Packard in the 1980s for programmable scientific calculators/microcomputers. The original Saturn chipset was first used in the HP-71B hand-held BASIC computer, introduced in 1984. Later models of the family powered the popular HP-48 series of calculators, among others. The replacement for the HP-48, the HP-49 series initially used the Saturn CPU, but starting with the HP-49g+ model the calculators use ARM CPUs that emulates the Saturn architecture.

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