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It represents quite a change from the Pocketronic 12 years earlier. The printing mechanism moves although I do not have a paper test to fully test it. Came with 5.5" x 8" guidebook (150 pages), quick reference manual and box. (1982) similar to the TI 1030, 1031, and similar Slimline TI calculators, this one sports an E. Mine was purchased on e Bay and is in good working and cosmetic condition.T., the Extra-Terrestrial, motiff based on the 1982 blockbuster Steven Spielberg motion picture. first advertised in October 1969, this was the first calculator model to use large scale integrated circuits and therefore represents a significant milestone in calculator history.(1978) a simple LED calculator operating on 9 volt battery. Additional information at under calculators made by Texas Instruments. While not a true scientific calculator, it has several advanced features including reciprocals, squares, square roots, /- key, Pi and memory. In excellent working condition except for faint printout.It originally sold for only .77 compared with the 0 datamath sold six years earlier. While most early TI calculators had LED displays, the 1025 has a fluorescent diplay. From the wear on the keys you can tell this calculator was well used. Purchased on e Bay on 12-31-05 for .95 with .75 shipping. Ebay description said it worked with an AC adapter (not provided). Purchased on e Bay on 1-16-06 for

It represents quite a change from the Pocketronic 12 years earlier. The printing mechanism moves although I do not have a paper test to fully test it. Came with 5.5" x 8" guidebook (150 pages), quick reference manual and box. (1982) similar to the TI 1030, 1031, and similar Slimline TI calculators, this one sports an E. Mine was purchased on e Bay and is in good working and cosmetic condition.T., the Extra-Terrestrial, motiff based on the 1982 blockbuster Steven Spielberg motion picture. first advertised in October 1969, this was the first calculator model to use large scale integrated circuits and therefore represents a significant milestone in calculator history.(1978) a simple LED calculator operating on 9 volt battery. Additional information at under calculators made by Texas Instruments. While not a true scientific calculator, it has several advanced features including reciprocals, squares, square roots, /- key, Pi and memory. In excellent working condition except for faint printout.It originally sold for only $9.77 compared with the $120 datamath sold six years earlier. While most early TI calculators had LED displays, the 1025 has a fluorescent diplay. From the wear on the keys you can tell this calculator was well used. Purchased on e Bay on 12-31-05 for $2.95 with $3.75 shipping. Ebay description said it worked with an AC adapter (not provided). Purchased on e Bay on 1-16-06 for $1.99 plus $5 shipping with AC adapter. TI's first LCD model, it was first introduced in 1977 for $24.95. LCDs were a major breakthrough using a tiny fraction of the energy of LED models. according to the Datamath site, the TI 1030 was the first US built TI "slimline" calculator. It was inexpensive to build and used less than one thousandth of the energy of the Datamath just six years earlier.This was purchased on e-Bay on October 7, 2005 with 5 other calculators for $20.50 plus $5 shipping. according to datamath.org, introduced in June 5, 1977 for $24.95. You type in an equation such as 5 2 =, put in the answer, and it flashes that you are right. (1973) indicates there were two versions of the 2510 one introduced October 1973 and the other in January 1974. Large 3D image is available at as well as a copy of the manual. Mine was purchased on e Bay on 2-7-06 for $1 with $6.63 shipping along with a TI-3500 (no cord), TI-30 (LED) and early LCD Databrain (damaged LCD), all working. 1983 desktop calculator with printing tape and fluorescent display manufactured in Japan by Toshiba according to The original came with a booklet describing "The Story of Dataman" which is available on in pdf format on the link above. In good cosmetic and operating condition without the booklet. Purchased on e Bay on 2-2-06 for $4.99 plus $3.50 shipping (sole bidder). Purchased on March 12, 2005 at a garage sale in the San Carlos area of San Diego for $.50.(See, e.g., oldcalculatormuseum.com, ) Later a battery pack was added to create the Model QT-8B, one of the first portable calculators.

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It represents quite a change from the Pocketronic 12 years earlier. The printing mechanism moves although I do not have a paper test to fully test it. Came with 5.5" x 8" guidebook (150 pages), quick reference manual and box. (1982) similar to the TI 1030, 1031, and similar Slimline TI calculators, this one sports an E. Mine was purchased on e Bay and is in good working and cosmetic condition.

T., the Extra-Terrestrial, motiff based on the 1982 blockbuster Steven Spielberg motion picture. first advertised in October 1969, this was the first calculator model to use large scale integrated circuits and therefore represents a significant milestone in calculator history.

(1978) a simple LED calculator operating on 9 volt battery. Additional information at under calculators made by Texas Instruments. While not a true scientific calculator, it has several advanced features including reciprocals, squares, square roots, /- key, Pi and memory. In excellent working condition except for faint printout.

.99 plus shipping with AC adapter. TI's first LCD model, it was first introduced in 1977 for .95. LCDs were a major breakthrough using a tiny fraction of the energy of LED models. according to the Datamath site, the TI 1030 was the first US built TI "slimline" calculator. It was inexpensive to build and used less than one thousandth of the energy of the Datamath just six years earlier.This was purchased on e-Bay on October 7, 2005 with 5 other calculators for .50 plus shipping. according to datamath.org, introduced in June 5, 1977 for .95. You type in an equation such as 5 2 =, put in the answer, and it flashes that you are right. (1973) indicates there were two versions of the 2510 one introduced October 1973 and the other in January 1974. Large 3D image is available at as well as a copy of the manual. Mine was purchased on e Bay on 2-7-06 for

It represents quite a change from the Pocketronic 12 years earlier. The printing mechanism moves although I do not have a paper test to fully test it. Came with 5.5" x 8" guidebook (150 pages), quick reference manual and box. (1982) similar to the TI 1030, 1031, and similar Slimline TI calculators, this one sports an E. Mine was purchased on e Bay and is in good working and cosmetic condition.T., the Extra-Terrestrial, motiff based on the 1982 blockbuster Steven Spielberg motion picture. first advertised in October 1969, this was the first calculator model to use large scale integrated circuits and therefore represents a significant milestone in calculator history.(1978) a simple LED calculator operating on 9 volt battery. Additional information at under calculators made by Texas Instruments. While not a true scientific calculator, it has several advanced features including reciprocals, squares, square roots, /- key, Pi and memory. In excellent working condition except for faint printout.It originally sold for only $9.77 compared with the $120 datamath sold six years earlier. While most early TI calculators had LED displays, the 1025 has a fluorescent diplay. From the wear on the keys you can tell this calculator was well used. Purchased on e Bay on 12-31-05 for $2.95 with $3.75 shipping. Ebay description said it worked with an AC adapter (not provided). Purchased on e Bay on 1-16-06 for $1.99 plus $5 shipping with AC adapter. TI's first LCD model, it was first introduced in 1977 for $24.95. LCDs were a major breakthrough using a tiny fraction of the energy of LED models. according to the Datamath site, the TI 1030 was the first US built TI "slimline" calculator. It was inexpensive to build and used less than one thousandth of the energy of the Datamath just six years earlier.This was purchased on e-Bay on October 7, 2005 with 5 other calculators for $20.50 plus $5 shipping. according to datamath.org, introduced in June 5, 1977 for $24.95. You type in an equation such as 5 2 =, put in the answer, and it flashes that you are right. (1973) indicates there were two versions of the 2510 one introduced October 1973 and the other in January 1974. Large 3D image is available at as well as a copy of the manual. Mine was purchased on e Bay on 2-7-06 for $1 with $6.63 shipping along with a TI-3500 (no cord), TI-30 (LED) and early LCD Databrain (damaged LCD), all working. 1983 desktop calculator with printing tape and fluorescent display manufactured in Japan by Toshiba according to The original came with a booklet describing "The Story of Dataman" which is available on in pdf format on the link above. In good cosmetic and operating condition without the booklet. Purchased on e Bay on 2-2-06 for $4.99 plus $3.50 shipping (sole bidder). Purchased on March 12, 2005 at a garage sale in the San Carlos area of San Diego for $.50.(See, e.g., oldcalculatormuseum.com, ) Later a battery pack was added to create the Model QT-8B, one of the first portable calculators.

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It represents quite a change from the Pocketronic 12 years earlier. The printing mechanism moves although I do not have a paper test to fully test it. Came with 5.5" x 8" guidebook (150 pages), quick reference manual and box. (1982) similar to the TI 1030, 1031, and similar Slimline TI calculators, this one sports an E. Mine was purchased on e Bay and is in good working and cosmetic condition.

T., the Extra-Terrestrial, motiff based on the 1982 blockbuster Steven Spielberg motion picture. first advertised in October 1969, this was the first calculator model to use large scale integrated circuits and therefore represents a significant milestone in calculator history.

(1978) a simple LED calculator operating on 9 volt battery. Additional information at under calculators made by Texas Instruments. While not a true scientific calculator, it has several advanced features including reciprocals, squares, square roots, /- key, Pi and memory. In excellent working condition except for faint printout.

with .63 shipping along with a TI-3500 (no cord), TI-30 (LED) and early LCD Databrain (damaged LCD), all working. 1983 desktop calculator with printing tape and fluorescent display manufactured in Japan by Toshiba according to The original came with a booklet describing "The Story of Dataman" which is available on in pdf format on the link above. In good cosmetic and operating condition without the booklet. Purchased on e Bay on 2-2-06 for .99 plus .50 shipping (sole bidder). Purchased on March 12, 2005 at a garage sale in the San Carlos area of San Diego for $.50.(See, e.g., oldcalculatormuseum.com, ) Later a battery pack was added to create the Model QT-8B, one of the first portable calculators.

(1976) New .95: 25% of an original Datamath with more functions - square root, square, inverse, /-, and memory. After playing with the metal tabs a bit, I got it to work! Purchased on e Bay in March 2005 for

(1976) New $29.95: 25% of an original Datamath with more functions - square root, square, inverse, /-, and memory. After playing with the metal tabs a bit, I got it to work! Purchased on e Bay in March 2005 for $1 with $1.42 shipping in like new condition. First introduced in 1999 along with several other two line display calculators. Stokes Publishing Company makes an overhead projector calculator with the same key functions. According to datamath.org, it was first sold in 1990 for a price of $110. Mine was purchased on e Bay on June 5, 2005 for $9.99 plus $8 shipping.

The combined RAM and ROM of TI 83 Plus is nearly ten times that of the Kaypro. Comes with a grey plastic folding case which was directly attached to the calculator. (1982) a small printing LCD calculator using thermal printing. In very good cosmetic and working condition except the print is light (I assume the thermal paper is too old), the label on the back came off and is taped back on, and there are two velcro strips firmly attached to the back.

(1994) according to this was the last TI calculator assembled in the USA, although of foreign and domestic components. 8 digit LCD display with solar power (no battery backup). Date is from which also indicates this is the second of two versions of the TI 5008. Purchased on e Bay on 5-9-06 for $16.26 plus $5.50 shipping. phones home using a modified TI Speak and Spell like the one in the prior section. T..) also has photos of one in the original packaging and an internal view of the display.

It contains over 140 calculators, starting with mechanical machines dating back to at least the 1920s to electronic pocket calculators beginning in 1970.

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(1976) New $29.95: 25% of an original Datamath with more functions - square root, square, inverse, /-, and memory. After playing with the metal tabs a bit, I got it to work! Purchased on e Bay in March 2005 for $1 with $1.42 shipping in like new condition. First introduced in 1999 along with several other two line display calculators. Stokes Publishing Company makes an overhead projector calculator with the same key functions. According to datamath.org, it was first sold in 1990 for a price of $110. Mine was purchased on e Bay on June 5, 2005 for $9.99 plus $8 shipping.The combined RAM and ROM of TI 83 Plus is nearly ten times that of the Kaypro. Comes with a grey plastic folding case which was directly attached to the calculator. (1982) a small printing LCD calculator using thermal printing. In very good cosmetic and working condition except the print is light (I assume the thermal paper is too old), the label on the back came off and is taped back on, and there are two velcro strips firmly attached to the back.(1994) according to this was the last TI calculator assembled in the USA, although of foreign and domestic components. 8 digit LCD display with solar power (no battery backup). Date is from which also indicates this is the second of two versions of the TI 5008. Purchased on e Bay on 5-9-06 for $16.26 plus $5.50 shipping. phones home using a modified TI Speak and Spell like the one in the prior section. T..) also has photos of one in the original packaging and an internal view of the display. It contains over 140 calculators, starting with mechanical machines dating back to at least the 1920s to electronic pocket calculators beginning in 1970.

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(1976) New $29.95: 25% of an original Datamath with more functions - square root, square, inverse, /-, and memory. After playing with the metal tabs a bit, I got it to work! Purchased on e Bay in March 2005 for $1 with $1.42 shipping in like new condition. First introduced in 1999 along with several other two line display calculators. Stokes Publishing Company makes an overhead projector calculator with the same key functions. According to datamath.org, it was first sold in 1990 for a price of $110. Mine was purchased on e Bay on June 5, 2005 for $9.99 plus $8 shipping.

The combined RAM and ROM of TI 83 Plus is nearly ten times that of the Kaypro. Comes with a grey plastic folding case which was directly attached to the calculator. (1982) a small printing LCD calculator using thermal printing. In very good cosmetic and working condition except the print is light (I assume the thermal paper is too old), the label on the back came off and is taped back on, and there are two velcro strips firmly attached to the back.

(1994) according to this was the last TI calculator assembled in the USA, although of foreign and domestic components. 8 digit LCD display with solar power (no battery backup). Date is from which also indicates this is the second of two versions of the TI 5008. Purchased on e Bay on 5-9-06 for $16.26 plus $5.50 shipping. phones home using a modified TI Speak and Spell like the one in the prior section. T..) also has photos of one in the original packaging and an internal view of the display.

It contains over 140 calculators, starting with mechanical machines dating back to at least the 1920s to electronic pocket calculators beginning in 1970.

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(1976) New $29.95: 25% of an original Datamath with more functions - square root, square, inverse, /-, and memory. After playing with the metal tabs a bit, I got it to work! Purchased on e Bay in March 2005 for $1 with $1.42 shipping in like new condition. First introduced in 1999 along with several other two line display calculators. Stokes Publishing Company makes an overhead projector calculator with the same key functions. According to datamath.org, it was first sold in 1990 for a price of $110. Mine was purchased on e Bay on June 5, 2005 for $9.99 plus $8 shipping.The combined RAM and ROM of TI 83 Plus is nearly ten times that of the Kaypro. Comes with a grey plastic folding case which was directly attached to the calculator. (1982) a small printing LCD calculator using thermal printing. In very good cosmetic and working condition except the print is light (I assume the thermal paper is too old), the label on the back came off and is taped back on, and there are two velcro strips firmly attached to the back.(1994) according to this was the last TI calculator assembled in the USA, although of foreign and domestic components. 8 digit LCD display with solar power (no battery backup). Date is from which also indicates this is the second of two versions of the TI 5008. Purchased on e Bay on 5-9-06 for $16.26 plus $5.50 shipping. phones home using a modified TI Speak and Spell like the one in the prior section. T..) also has photos of one in the original packaging and an internal view of the display. It contains over 140 calculators, starting with mechanical machines dating back to at least the 1920s to electronic pocket calculators beginning in 1970.

.42 shipping in like new condition. First introduced in 1999 along with several other two line display calculators. Stokes Publishing Company makes an overhead projector calculator with the same key functions. According to datamath.org, it was first sold in 1990 for a price of 0. Mine was purchased on e Bay on June 5, 2005 for .99 plus shipping.The combined RAM and ROM of TI 83 Plus is nearly ten times that of the Kaypro. Comes with a grey plastic folding case which was directly attached to the calculator. (1982) a small printing LCD calculator using thermal printing. In very good cosmetic and working condition except the print is light (I assume the thermal paper is too old), the label on the back came off and is taped back on, and there are two velcro strips firmly attached to the back.(1994) according to this was the last TI calculator assembled in the USA, although of foreign and domestic components. 8 digit LCD display with solar power (no battery backup). Date is from which also indicates this is the second of two versions of the TI 5008. Purchased on e Bay on 5-9-06 for .26 plus .50 shipping. phones home using a modified TI Speak and Spell like the one in the prior section. T..) also has photos of one in the original packaging and an internal view of the display. It contains over 140 calculators, starting with mechanical machines dating back to at least the 1920s to electronic pocket calculators beginning in 1970.

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