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Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Mic - 01-19-2013

Discover more pictures and info about the new TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition with the official released :
http://www.calc-bank.com/index.php?mod=news&ac=commentaires&id=1810


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Allen - 01-19-2013

TI Calcs: Meh.


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Namir - 01-19-2013

There is supposed to be an enhanced version of the colo TI NSpire coming out too!


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Eddie W. Shore - 01-19-2013

Only 21K of RAM available (programming, matrices, etc.) - the rest of the memory is for APPS.

TI should have at least doubled the RAM to 48K. I am not sure if I excited to purchase this one.


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Chris Smith - 01-19-2013

Considering the z80 in it can only directly address 64k of ram, I think they have probably run out of ugly hacks this time...


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Chris Smith - 01-19-2013

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There is supposed to be an enhanced version of the colo TI NSpire coming out too!

There already is one: the hp 50g.

I own both and no amount of turd polish will make me like the NSpire series. They are a drag to use.


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Tim Wessman - 01-19-2013

Oh what do you mean? Everyone knows if you just push a desktop application onto a handheld device it is the bestest and easiestest to use device ever! OMG LOL!

TW


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - David Hayden - 01-19-2013

1985 - Turdware 1.0 for the IBM PC!
1989 - Turdware 2.0 for Windows!
1990 - Turdware 2.1 for Windows Deluxe (i.e., bugs fixed)
1991 - Turdware 2.5 on CDROM with MultiMedia Extensions!
1992 - Turdware Online! Integrates seamlessly with AOL and Compuserve!
1993 - Turdware for OS/2!
1995 - Turdware for Windows 95!
1997 - eTurdware!
1998 - Turdware.com!
1999 - Turdware NT!
2000 - Turdware 2000 because everything is different!
2001 - MacTurd!
2002 - Turdware - Intel inside!
2003 - Turdware XP!
2004 - myTurdware subscription service.!
2005 - Turdware with auto-update!
2006 - YouTurd videos!
2007 - SmartTurd!
2008 - iTurd!
2009 - Secure Turdware!
2010 - Turdware wireless!
2011 - Turdware Mobile!
2012 - Turdware for Android!
2013 - TurdCloud!



Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Eric Smith - 01-19-2013

Sadly, Mythbusters ruined the old saying, "you can't polish a turd", by proving that you can.


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Chris Smith - 01-20-2013

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Sadly, Mythbusters ruined the old saying, "you can't polish a turd", by proving that you can.


I've not actually seen that one.

I'm saddened by the news :(


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Eddie W. Shore - 01-20-2013

LMAO

The nSpire is the first calcualtor, that I know of, to have a computer software-based system. It takes some getting used to. The CX is the first version I would actually recommend.

The nSpire is the only calcualtor that I know to have two graph screens at once. (To my knowledge)


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - Eric Smith - 01-21-2013

http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/mythbusters/videos/polishing-a-turd-minimyth.htm


Re: Official released of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition - John B. Smitherman - 01-21-2013

Where is SAP on this list? ;-)