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New Google Express Users: Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Graphing Calculator EXPIRED

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Best Buy via Google Express has Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Graphing Calculator on sale for $110.49 when you apply promo code SEPTSAVE19. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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As a parent I had the pleasure of having to order one of these this year.

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Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Graphing Calculator [google.com] $130.49 - $20 w/ New Customer code SEPTSAVE19 = $110.49. Shipping is free.
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Texas Instruments monopoly means 20 year old technology for $100 or more
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Good to know graphic calculators haven't fallen in price since I was in high school....
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thanks daisy Smilie looking for "cx cas" if you come across one! tu'd
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thanks daisy Smilie looking for "cx cas" if you come across one! tu'd
Will do! Crazy how expensive these things are. But this one dropped since last week, so procrastination paid off for me (of course, using 'paid off' loosely laugh out loud)
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I remember using a ti82 back in the day. I probably still have it somewhere in a drawer. And they were always over $100 and had no choice but to buy them because teachers requirements. Youd think by now theyd make an affordable app version
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Texas Instruments monopoly means 20 year old technology for $100 or more
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Good to know graphic calculators haven't fallen in price since I was in high school....
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But can it play Crysis?

...no seriously, can it?


At this point, they better be able to!
Twenty years ago we were playing networked Tetris.


They had to have come a long way by now...or what's the point!?
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Craigslist is your friend when it comes to graphing calculators unless you need a very specific one. These things are pretty "bombproof" and last for years.
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I would never get one that doesn't take good old fashion batteries. Who has time to charge one of these in a pinch?
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Craigslist is your friend when it comes to graphing calculators unless you need a very specific one. These things are pretty "bombproof" and last for years.
I tried this, and ebay. Sadly we needed a specific one, and my kid isnt super at math so I didnt need her trying to figure out a substitute calculator AND her math. Since this price was pretty competitive (even compared to CL and ebay), I bought from google express. Then I posted for others in my position. Its freaking crazy.Frown
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Anyone know what the difference is from the old cx cas to the new one? I can't seem to find.
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This. RPN for the win.
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Will do! Crazy how expensive these things are. But this one dropped since last week, so procrastination paid off for me (of course, using 'paid off' loosely https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif)
I got one for $150 a few days ago. No tax. Seemed like a good deal compared to other sellers like Amazon, since their price was $170 + tax.
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