As you probably know, the calculator business of HP is now in the hands of both Royal in the US and Moravia for Europe, Africa and Asia. I have been talking with someone in Moravia about the future developments. The company also handles Revell and Sharp calculators for Europe, so apparently they know the business well. HP seems to be positioned at the top, but let's see.
On one side, it seems that there is a discontinued model that will be coming back: the beloved HP12c, which had been discontinued a couple of years ago, while the channel still has many leftover units. (The HP12C Platinum never left). When asked whether they would do the same with the HP15C, my source was not aware of it, but apparently there will be other launches. (Depite my love for the HP15C, I think that launching a HP42sII based on the body of the HP17BII+ would be a wiser move.
The HP35s is discontinued, although its re-production is not discarded. What is true is that there are exeedingly few units in the channels now - with no unit at Moravia's.
I have just reserved my last unit to a customer that asked for it today. Take a look at what I think is one of the most beautiful HP calculators (although not one that I would be using all the time!)