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Your calculator collection
« on: January 25, 2011, 04:33:32 am »
It would be cool if people shared what calculator models they have and possibly pics. Here's a pic of my collection below [troll]with the vastly superior models in the last row :P[/troll]. I'll post when I got them later.

As you can see, I have about half as many as BrandonW and KermMartian. :P I lost my TI-81, though. :(
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2011, 05:43:42 am »
That is much O.O :P I just dislike that 8 calcs on the third row :P *grin*
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2011, 07:10:51 am »
Let's identify the most interesting calculators:


1st row:
* TI-83+SE
* TI-Nspire ClickPad
* TI-92
* TI-89 Titanium

2nd row:
* TI-85
* TI-82
* TI-80
* TI-83
* TI-86
* TI-73
* TI-83
* TI-83+

3rd row:
no comment


Is that ok ?
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2011, 07:36:56 am »
lol, it's strange, that 3rd row seems to be all casio.

I bet with yours, brandonw's, and Kerm's calcs combined, you would have to turn APD off, otherwise all the calcs would turn off before you could take the picture.

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #4 on: January 25, 2011, 09:19:33 am »
[troll]with the vastly superior models in the last row :P[/troll].

Traitor! >:(

It's too bad you lost your 81, though.

As for me, it's just a single TI-83 Plus.

I bet with yours, brandonw's, and Kerm's calcs combined, you would have to turn APD off, otherwise all the calcs would turn off before you could take the picture.

I wonder what that would look like.
« Last Edit: January 25, 2011, 09:20:03 am by Deep Thought »




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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #5 on: January 25, 2011, 09:56:22 am »
I'm not a nerd but I pretend:

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #6 on: January 25, 2011, 11:11:03 am »
Since I don't have a lot of calcs, I made four pictures of the only one I have... :P


This is my TI-84+SE. I bought it used a few months ago. It seems to be one of the earlier models... It has Boot code 1.00 and all of the extra RAM.



This is the top of it. As you can see, I have a fancy ViewScreen connector, which I believe is rare...



The batteries I'm using right now are very cheap. I'm going to replace them soon. :P
Rechargeable batteries will work fine with the calc, right?



This is what it looks like without a faceplate. I'm actually planning on buying another faceplate soon... But I don't know if they're sold anywhere in Sweden.

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #7 on: January 25, 2011, 11:23:38 am »
Well, the Prizm is TI's calculculator in spirit. It's not like many of the Casio people are hacking it  :P
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #8 on: January 25, 2011, 12:02:27 pm »
Let's identify the most interesting calculators:


1st row:
* TI-83+SE
* TI-Nspire ClickPad
* TI-92
* TI-89 Titanium

2nd row:
* TI-85
* TI-82
* TI-80
* TI-83
* TI-86
* TI-73
* TI-83
* TI-83+

3rd row:
no comment


Is that ok ?
The calculator with the 2002 Omnimaga logo on it is a TI-83 Plus. As for the bottom row:

FX-7000G
FX-7700GE
CFX-9850G
Algebra FX 1.0 Plus
FX-7400G Plus
FX-9750G Plus
FX-9860G
FX-cg10

:D

Also I found my TI-81 again :D
I bet with yours, brandonw's, and Kerm's calcs combined, you would have to turn APD off, otherwise all the calcs would turn off before you could take the picture.
Not really, I turned all the ones I put batteries in ON. The TI-80 is borked, though, so the LCD content is all glitchy.

EDIT: Also in 10 years I will have a TI-83 Plus Gold Edition, it seems, which will be exactly like a TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, but in golden-ish color. My 83+SE is slowly turning into one. O.O
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #9 on: January 25, 2011, 12:07:26 pm »
I like how all of the calculators except for the Nspire and the TI-92 look pretty much the same  :P
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #10 on: January 25, 2011, 12:16:48 pm »
Yeah TI calc design didn't evolve much since the TI-73 X.x

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #11 on: January 25, 2011, 01:24:58 pm »
Wow ! Great collection DJ !  :thumbsup:

I have
-a ti84+SE (with a "designed for windows XP" and a "pentium 4" sickers on it...  ;D)
-a ti89 titanium (the grey one)
-a HP35s
-a TI-40 Collège II (probably the calculator I use the most !)
-a Sharp scientific calculator, but I don't remember its name.

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #12 on: January 25, 2011, 01:27:32 pm »
I have a 84+, but since it holds so many awesome projects of mine I consider to be worth 3 84+'s

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #13 on: January 25, 2011, 03:09:35 pm »
I have...

A TI-83+ with a broken link port
A TI-89 Titanium (my main calc)
A TI-84+ Silver Edition (with DoorsCS, of course)

My dad has an HP-48 (SX I think?) and maybe another HP graphing calculator too. I've never played around with them.



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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #14 on: January 25, 2011, 03:13:17 pm »
That reminds me, a few years ago someone finished an HP-48SX project he stopped working on 16 years earlier then resumed. It was some sort of RPG I think.