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Choice Votes   Percent
TI-81 (introduced 1990) 1 2.3%   
TI-85 (introduced 1992) 12 27.3%   
TI-82 (introduced 1993) 8 18.2%   
TI-80 (introduced 1995) 2 4.5%   
I just can't decide 2 4.5%   
Geez, I'm not even that old 19 43.2%   

Survey posted 2016-12-26 05:17 by Travis.

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Re: Which of these early TI calculator models do you like the most?
DJ_Omnimaga Account Info
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TI-85 all the way! TI-81 is close second

Reply to this comment    26 December 2016, 15:53 GMT

Re: Which of these early TI calculator models do you like the most?
ordelore Account Info
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Yeesh, and here I thought that the TI-81 was named because it was released in 1981.

Reply to this comment    26 December 2016, 18:19 GMT

Re: Re: Which of these early TI calculator models do you like the most?
KermMartian  Account Info
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Some of the early models were named after the graduation years of their lead engineers, from what I've heard. The more you know. :) And wow, great to see you again; I haven't seen you in the community for months if not years. :)

Reply to this comment    27 December 2016, 06:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Which of these early TI calculator models do you like the most?
ordelore Account Info
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Thanks! I've been mostly lurking and observing the past year.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2016, 16:51 GMT


Re: Re: Which of these early TI calculator models do you like the most?
calcvids Account Info
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The TI-81 was released in 1990, with production possibly during 1989 too.

Reply to this comment    2 January 2017, 02:16 GMT

Re: Which of these early TI calculator models do you like the most?
Mr.Z  Account Info

It was between the TI-81 & the TI-80 for me, but I ultimately went with the TI-80 because it has a weirder CPU architecture. That, & the ViewScreen model has a link port. I never bothered to do much with the TI-81 after hacking it because of how long it takes to type in all that code.

I keep meaning to finish my port of Tetris to the TI-80 (& to clean up the ROM dumper for public release), but school (& some more personally interesting projects) keeps getting in the way.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2016, 23:41 GMT

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