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Voyage 200 PLT
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    The Voyage 200 PLT is the most advanced calculator Texas Instruments has made. It kept all the qualities of the 92+ while increasing the amount of Flash ROM to 2.7 MB. It also comes in the latest stylistic case from TI.


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    Voyage 200


    Voyage 200
    CPU 12 MHz MC68000
    Memory 256K RAM (188K available to user), 4M Flash ROM (about 2.7M available to user)
    Screen Size 240x128 pixels
    Link Port? Yes
    CBL/CBR Support? Yes
    ViewScreen Model Available? Yes
    TI-Presenter Compatible? Yes
    TI Keyboard Compatible? Yes
    TI-Navigator Compatible? Yes


    » Official Voyage 200 home patge at Texas Instruments
    » TI Connect for the Voyage 200
    » Guide Books from Texas Instruments
    » Voyage 200 Manual
    » Bid Specifications
    » Graphing Calculator Comparison
    » TI Online Store


    » Voyage 200 FLASH Downloads.
    Download Handheld Software Applications (Apps) from Texas Instruments. These add many features to your Voyage 200 including additional language support, StudyCards, text readers, cell sheet statistics and many more.

    » Voyage 200 ROM Downloads.
    Download ROM updates for your calculator from Texas Instruments. These updates typically fix bugs and or optimize features.

    » TI Connect
    The TI Connect is the latest link cable produced by TI. It has a higher data transfer rate than the TI-Graph Link cable. It's a USB cable and lets you transfer data files (such as programs) between your calculator and your computer.


    From time to time, TI will update the internal code of their calculators to work around bugs, optimize functions, and even add features. This results in several versions of each calculator in the marketplace. You can check the ROM version of your Voyage 200 using the following key sequence and reading the number on your screen:

    [F1] [A]

    Known ROM versions:

    • 2.06
    • 2.07
    • 2.08
    • 2.09
    • 3.00
    • 3.01
    • 3.10 (18 July 2005)


    » IR Link
    The IR Link allows you to control infrared devices from your calculator or communicate with other calculators (to play games or chat) over a wireless connection.

    » Link Cables
    Link cables let you transfer data files (such as programs) between your calculator and your computer.

    » Xpand
    The Voyage 200 has 2.7 MB of flash memory, but only 1 MB is available for the user as archive space. With Xpand by Olivier Armand, all of it can now be used as archive memory. Xpand patches your operating system to allow full usage of the flash without interfering with the ability to install flash applications.


    BASIC programming on the Voyage 200 is nearly identical to that of the 89, 92, and 92 Plus.

    » Tutorials at TI-Freakware
    » TI-Basic Developer


    Assembly language programming capability is built into the Voyage 200. Most assembly programs that work for the 92 Plus will also work with the Voyage 200.

    For software development, we recommend GCC4TI.

    » Techno-Plaza Programming Lessons
    » Tutorial 89 v0.5 by Skip Jordan
    » _NOSTUB Assembly Programming for the TI-89/92+ by Kevin Kofler
    » Tutorial ASM (fr) by Pascal Martin
    » Tutorial C (fr) by Pascal Martin
    » Tutorials at TI-Freakware
    » WikiTI


    Several emulators are available to let you simulate TI calculators on your computer. To locate available emulators and learn how to download a ROM image from your calculator, see our Emulators page.

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