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TI-84+ CSE: News A Go-Go
Posted by Ryan on 20 February 2013, 03:31 GMT

As we approach the release date for the TI-84+ CSE, news and information is pouring in from all directions. Review models are flying around like locust, people are cracking calcs open like so many mad scientists, and we are here to savor every moment of it.

  • For the user, you may be curious about whether or not the 84+ CSE is going to remain a solid platform for math and statistics. See yourself over to a formal review of the new device, where there is a strong endorsement for its use towards these purposes, albeit with the caveats of concern over programming and hardware performance, along with a sluggish user interface. Also, 3rd party software for the 84+ CSE has begun its lifespan.

  • For those who love to program interactive software and games, take heed. There are already some extremely interesting ideas about how the new methods used for picture storage and retrieval may be applied to new gains, with a thought-provoking consideration of how the classic software that we have all come to know and love may operate under such different circumstances.

  • Those with their hands on the 84+ CSE continue to explore the OS to see where our new calculator overlords have been and will take us in the future. What features will persist into the retail version of the calc? It's a mystery!

That's not everything, but it's a lot of serious brain candy for newbies and seasoned calc veterans alike. Perhaps a second trip to the doctor is in order, as my drooling and giddiness have appeared to return...

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Re: TI-84+ CSE: News A Go-Go
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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Hmm. I wouldn't mind one to enter in my collection, but I rather not buy a calc for more than 50€.

Also, thanks Ryan for faithfully making (good) articles. :)

Reply to this comment    21 February 2013, 07:33 GMT

Re: Re: TI-84+ CSE: News A Go-Go
Ryan Boyd Account Info
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Thanks, Stefan! I wouldn't mind two or three to enter my collection as well :)

I think that a lot of us are eager to get our hands on one. I'm especially interested to see how the stuff that I have programmed (and am currently working on) will work on the new model.

Reply to this comment    21 February 2013, 15:52 GMT

Re: Re: Re: TI-84+ CSE: News A Go-Go
KermMartian  Account Info
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If you want to know about how any specific features (programming or otherwise) work, I'd be happy to test them on my TI-84+CSE. :)

Reply to this comment    21 February 2013, 17:41 GMT

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