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Choice Votes   Percent
TI-92 (introduced 1995) 16 27.6%   
TI-83 (introduced 1996) 12 20.7%   
TI-86 (introduced 1997) 16 27.6%   
I just can't decide 2 3.4%   
I'm still not that old 12 20.7%   

Survey posted 2017-04-11 20:15 by Travis.

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Re: Which of these mid-'90s calculator models do you like the most?
John Kohler  Account Info

Picked "I just can't decide" because my preference is missing from the list: the TI-85. Greatly expanded built-in programming capability and zShell allowed assembly before it was officially supported.

Reply to this comment    5 May 2017, 04:02 GMT


Re: Re: Which of these mid-'90s calculator models do you like the most?
Travis Evans  Account Info

Well, the TI-85 was already included on the previous, similar, survey. :-) The idea here was which of these three slightly newer models people liked the best, given a choice.

Since my earlier preference was the 85, I felt the 86 was the best one I actually owned. Actually, the 92 seemed to be “the ultimate calculator” to me (it at least *looked* impressive), but I never had a chance to become acquainted with it.

Reply to this comment    8 May 2017, 15:25 GMT

Re: Which of these mid-'90s calculator models do you like the most?
Andrew V  Account Info
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The 86 was my first calculator, it's where I learned the basics of programming.

Reply to this comment    7 May 2017, 13:16 GMT

Re: Which of these mid-'90s calculator models do you like the most?
calcvids Account Info
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Just no love for the TI-83 :(

Reply to this comment    23 August 2017, 21:19 GMT

Re: Which of these mid-'90s calculator models do you like the most?
Matthew Komar Account Info
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The Ti-92! I was gonna buy that one when I was looking for a new calculator to purchase for school. Shame that it's banned from everything.

Reply to this comment    30 August 2017, 13:13 GMT

Re: Which of these mid-'90s calculator models do you like the most?
James Vernon  Account Info
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Even though the TI-83 was my first calculator.. The TI-86 was my pick. The memory mapped LCD and extra RAM added some flexibility that I enjoyed.

Although I do feel like I've betrayed my loyal TI-83 now :(

Reply to this comment    15 September 2017, 01:45 GMT

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