Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium Graphing calculator

General specifications
Type Graphing calculator
Production years 2004 - -
New price -
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU 32-bit M68000
Performance index 0
Entry method Formula entry
Precision digits
Advanced functions

Forensic result -

Graphing calculator: Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium
Programming model BASIC
Programming features

Program display Text
Program editing Text editor
Programming 256 kB
Functions + - ^
Type LCD
Size 160 100 pixels
LWH mm
Weight g
Batteries 4AAA + 1SR44
External power -
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The TI-89 is essentially a TI-92 Plus with a limited keyboard and smaller screen. It has a flash ROM, a feature present on the TI-92 Plus (not the TI-92).

The TI-89 is directly programmable in a language called TI-BASIC, TI's derivative of BASIC for calculators. With the use of a PC, it is also possible to develop more complex programs in Motorola 68000 assembly language or C, translate them to machine language, and copy them to the calculator.


Graphing calculator: Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium

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