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Texas Instruments Ti-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator $98 @ Walmart.com!

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Visualize concepts clearly and make faster, stronger connections between equations, data, and graphs in full color. Electronically upgradeable graphing calculator allows you to have the most up-to-date functionality and software applications. Built-in MathPrint functionality allows you to input and view math symbols, formulas and stacked fractions exactly as they appear in textbooks. TI graph link offers increased capacity and speed. Advanced functions accessed through pull-down display menus. Horizontal and vertical split screen options. USB port for computer connectivity, unit-to-unit communication. (Color: The color of the calculator will be based on availability. You will receive one calculator that may be either Black, Blue or Coral.)


Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator:
Color: The color of the calculator will be based on availability. You will receive one calculator that may be either Black, Blue or Coral.
Vibrant backlit color screen
Powered by the TI Rechargeable Battery (included)
Pre-loaded Apps and Images
MathPrint functionality
Easier-to-read graphs with added grid lines
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Got one, Thanks
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Please be pink, please be pink.
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These calculators are way overpriced for today. Specs aren't that good either. Only thing is they're durable and no smartphone use policy in classrooms.

A good market possible for a kindle compatible device and a few more extra dedicated features, like graphing imo.
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Is "CE" Collector Edition?
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They still use these? Smartphone or tablets do everything these do and every kid has one.
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Is "CE" Collector Edition?
Color edition
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Is "CE" Collector Edition?
These were 89 dollars last week at Target.....
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Is "CE" Collector Edition?

Color Edition I'm guessing since it has color screen
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Wow i remember using these 13 years ago in college. WEll t1-86 and that was an upgrade.
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These were 89 dollars last week at Target.....
These were 89 dollars 20 years ago
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$99.99 at Staples, in-store only.

It's been that price at Staples for the past 3 weeks or so.
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Would be good if there are any discounted gift cards to buy to reduce it further
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These calculators are way overpriced for today. Specs aren't that good either. Only thing is they're durable and no smartphone use policy in classrooms.

A good market possible for a kindle compatible device and a few more extra dedicated features, like graphing imo.
Sad thing is that the classrooms are essentially locked in a TI-Monopoly. Heard that in the late 90s they went around to many schools pushing this calculator to the teachers. Now teachers solely teach a ti calculator and nothing else. If you try to ask the teachers about how to do something on a Casio and HP calculator they won't know and will tell you to look up a video. Kinda wicked with how they screwed the whole industry.
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Sad thing is that the classrooms are essentially locked in a TI-Monopoly. Heard that in the late 90s they went around to many schools pushing this calculator to the teachers. Now teachers solely teach a ti calculator and nothing else. If you try to ask the teachers about how to do something on a Casio and HP calculator they won't know and will tell you to look up a video. Kinda wicked with how they screwed the whole industry.
Replace the word "TI" with Apple
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