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The TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments, the first model of which was introduced in 1976. While the original TI-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI-30 designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Solar Scientific Calculator is ideal for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and General Science. It allows for review and edit of previous entries and fraction/decimal conversions. Features a 2-line 11-digit display. 5 number numeric memory capacity.. Two-Line Display with Scrollable Entry Line The Texas Instruments TI-30X-IIS features a large two-line display: the top line scrolls to the left or right to display an entry of up to 88 digits; the bottom line shows a result of up to 10 digits plus a 2-digit exponent.. The TI-30 LCD combined the electronics of the TI-30 II with a huge battery compartment to accomodate 2 A-cells. The calculator was sold only in some European countries. 1982: TI-30 SLR: With the TI-30 SLR Texas Instruments entered in 1982 the market of scientific LCD-calculators powered by solar cells. The TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments, the first model of which was introduced in 1976. While the original TI-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI-30 designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Solar Scientific Calculator is ideal for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and General Science. It allows for review and edit of previous entries and fraction/decimal conversions. Features a 2-line 11-digit display. 5 number numeric memory capacity.. Two-Line Display with Scrollable Entry Line The Texas Instruments TI-30X-IIS features a large two-line display: the top line scrolls to the left or right to display an entry of up to 88 digits; the bottom line shows a result of up to 10 digits plus a 2-digit exponent.. The TI-30 LCD combined the electronics of the TI-30 II with a huge battery compartment to accomodate 2 A-cells. The calculator was sold only in some European countries. 1982: TI-30 SLR: With the TI-30 SLR Texas Instruments entered in 1982 the market of scientific LCD-calculators powered by solar cells.

The TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments, the first model of which was introduced in 1976. While the original TI-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI-30 designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Solar Scientific Calculator is ideal for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and General Science. It allows for review and edit of previous entries and fraction/decimal conversions. Features a 2-line 11-digit display. 5 number numeric memory capacity.. Two-Line Display with Scrollable Entry Line The Texas Instruments TI-30X-IIS features a large two-line display: the top line scrolls to the left or right to display an entry of up to 88 digits; the bottom line shows a result of up to 10 digits plus a 2-digit exponent.. The TI-30 LCD combined the electronics of the TI-30 II with a huge battery compartment to accomodate 2 A-cells. The calculator was sold only in some European countries. 1982: TI-30 SLR: With the TI-30 SLR Texas Instruments entered in 1982 the market of scientific LCD-calculators powered by solar cells. The TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments, the first model of which was introduced in 1976. While the original TI-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI-30 designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Solar Scientific Calculator is ideal for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and General Science. It allows for review and edit of previous entries and fraction/decimal conversions. Features a 2-line 11-digit display. 5 number numeric memory capacity.. Two-Line Display with Scrollable Entry Line The Texas Instruments TI-30X-IIS features a large two-line display: the top line scrolls to the left or right to display an entry of up to 88 digits; the bottom line shows a result of up to 10 digits plus a 2-digit exponent.. The TI-30 LCD combined the electronics of the TI-30 II with a huge battery compartment to accomodate 2 A-cells. The calculator was sold only in some European countries. 1982: TI-30 SLR: With the TI-30 SLR Texas Instruments entered in 1982 the market of scientific LCD-calculators powered by solar cells.

The TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments, the first model of which was introduced in 1976. While the original TI-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI-30 designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Solar Scientific Calculator is ideal for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and General Science. It allows for review and edit of previous entries and fraction/decimal conversions. Features a 2-line 11-digit display. 5 number numeric memory capacity.. Two-Line Display with Scrollable Entry Line The Texas Instruments TI-30X-IIS features a large two-line display: the top line scrolls to the left or right to display an entry of up to 88 digits; the bottom line shows a result of up to 10 digits plus a 2-digit exponent.. The TI-30 LCD combined the electronics of the TI-30 II with a huge battery compartment to accomodate 2 A-cells. The calculator was sold only in some European countries. 1982: TI-30 SLR: With the TI-30 SLR Texas Instruments entered in 1982 the market of scientific LCD-calculators powered by solar cells. The TI-30 was a scientific calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments, the first model of which was introduced in 1976. While the original TI-30 left production in 1983 after several design revisions, TI maintains the TI-30 designation as a branding for its low and mid-range scientific calculators. The Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Solar Scientific Calculator is ideal for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and General Science. It allows for review and edit of previous entries and fraction/decimal conversions. Features a 2-line 11-digit display. 5 number numeric memory capacity.. Two-Line Display with Scrollable Entry Line The Texas Instruments TI-30X-IIS features a large two-line display: the top line scrolls to the left or right to display an entry of up to 88 digits; the bottom line shows a result of up to 10 digits plus a 2-digit exponent.. The TI-30 LCD combined the electronics of the TI-30 II with a huge battery compartment to accomodate 2 A-cells. The calculator was sold only in some European countries. 1982: TI-30 SLR: With the TI-30 SLR Texas Instruments entered in 1982 the market of scientific LCD-calculators powered by solar cells.

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