Texas Instruments TI-88 Scientific programmable calculator

General specifications
Type Scientific programmable calculator
Production years - - -
New price -
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU -
I/O I/O port, expansion ports
Performance index 0
Entry method Algebraic with precedence
Precision 13 digits
Advanced functions

Forensic result 9.000000955917

Scientific programmable calculator: Texas Instruments TI-88
Programming model Keystroke entry
Programming features

Program display Mnemonic
Program editing Insert/delete capability
Programming 960 program steps
Data 120 numbers
Secondary 0
Functions + -
Type LCD
Size 16 characters
LWH 1527638 mm
Weight 226 g
Batteries 1NiCd AA
External power AC-9133 (5.7VAC 240mA)
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Scientific programmable calculator: Texas Instruments TI-88

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