The TI-59 was a true marvel of it's time. The 960 program steps and 100 memory registers where among the best. It has an expansion socket on the back for solid state ROM modules (see images of the Master Library at the bottom of this page). Routines from the ROM modules could be easily incorporated in your own programs. Together with the printer/docking station (PC-100C) it was a dream machine of the late 1970's.
1 Master Library
3 Real Estate
8 Securities Analysis
9 Business Decisions
10 Math Utilities
11 Electrical Engineering
13 RPN Simulator
I found this item, complete with PC-100C printer unit, in a garage-sale... for only €2.50! It was one of those once-in-a-lifetime finds. The woman I bought it from clearly didn't have a clue as to what she was selling. Her husband was somewhere about at the time.
Anyway, I took the device home, connected it to the mains and was happy to see everything worked fine. It didn't come with anything but the TI-59 and PC-100C, no manuals, cables or even a battery-pack.
If you would like to try a TI-59, there is an emulator here
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