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DALLAS -- April 22, 1999 -- Texas Instruments, a leader in educational technology, has introduced the TI-30X IIS and the TI-34II Explorer Plus Teacher Kits at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) conference in San Francisco today. The TI-30X IIS was first introduced in January in the retail market and will be available for the instructional market beginning this summer. Both products are advanced scientific calculators for general mathematics, algebra, trigonometry, statistics and science coursework.
Texas Instruments 34II Explorer Plus Scientific Calculator
pros: Screen size and readability, durability , thoughtfulness of features, strength, functionality, battery life
cons: Plastic cover, needs an "off" button, coloring/font on some keys, arrows should be bigger
Couldn't Imagine Life Without It
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pros: Everything about it!!!
cons: Durability-not so well.
The Worls Best Calculator
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pros: A lot of functionality for not a lot of cash
cons: Advanced functions can be a pain to use
Lotta bang for your buck!
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pros: Good price, reliable, energy efficient, user friendly
cons: limited memory (compared to graphing calculators), therefore it is not ideal for accounting
Texas Instruments TI-34, very reliable
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pros: Two-line display, nice looking
cons: Buttons do not always respond when pushed, leading to inaccurate results
I'm returning this beauty TODAY!
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pros: Solar and battery powered. Two line display.
cons: No buttons for Trig functions.
Push my buttons baby!
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pros: Bang for the buck, durability, functionality
cons: Overkill for bookkeeping, cover sticks
More Power Than We Deserve. Texas Instruments TI-34
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pros: Excellent feature set, great price.
cons: Redesigned cover harder to use than old design.
A great calculator value.
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