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World Premiere review of the new TI College Plus Solar - Mic - 12-21-2012

Discover the all first pictures of this new french calculator :
http://www.ti-bank.fr/index.php?mod=news&ac=commentaires&id=1778


Re: World Premiere review of the new TI College Plus Solar - bluesun08 - 12-21-2012

ugly


Re: World Premiere review of the new TI College Plus Solar - Mic - 12-21-2012

lol there is blue in your pseudo, you don't like it ? :p


Re: World Premiere review of the new TI College Plus Solar - Gerson W. Barbosa - 12-21-2012

French calculator? I've heard of Paris, Texas, but Dallas, France is new to me :-)


Re: World Premiere review of the new TI College Plus Solar - Walter B - 12-21-2012

Oooh, the Seventies strike back ;-)


Re: World Premiere review of the new TI College Plus Solar - Mike Morrow - 12-21-2012

It looks terrible...but I do very much like the "dashed-7" key. I would love it if HP adopted that convention as well.


INSTRUMENTS DU TEXAS? - Hans Holzach - 12-21-2012

cool! a new calculator for a new generation!

it's even approved by the acadédmie française: ENTRER!

sorry, couldn't resist. maybe it's even a good calculator...

hans


Re: INSTRUMENTS DU TEXAS? - Marcus von Cube, Germany - 12-21-2012

TI listens to their markets. Students in France don't think in English. Having translated the keys (and later the messages, too) to French gives TI a considerable advantage in schools in France. They've learned their lesson some time ago: TI Collège


Re: INSTRUMENTS DU TEXAS? - peacecalc - 12-22-2012

Hello all,


Original from Marcus v. Cube:
They've learned their lesson some time ago.

I've the impression HP only change the location of the market (china) and don't cultivate old market places like us or europe.

But it is true, we don't know how the future for hard coded and build calculators is and so maybe it is in educational areas a cheap solution as long as tablets are much more expensive.

Greetings

peaceglue