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    Anyone have this calculator? I heard it's real neat (and real pricey!!&#33 since it's expensive I'm pretty sure it can do alot of things right? Can it read e-books? Can it act like a PDA?
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    I have one. No, it is not a PDA. It is best for its statistical functions and some basic algebra and graphing.

    Edit: no you can not read e books either.

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    i heard it can play games n' such it can't read ebooks? borring....
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    Originally posted by Keikan@18 January 2004 - 00:00
    i heard it can play games n' such it can't read ebooks? borring....
    lol, we use them in school.

    You can put games on them, as well as other math based programs, but nothing fancy.

    And no, it cant read ebooks. The font size would be disporportionate to the total number of pixels to the screen, so you would somehow have to scroll across all the pages and down.

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    yeah they can play games, blockdude is quite addicting....
    nothing special though, not worth your money unless you need one for university or high school or something
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    Originally posted by kaiweiler@18 January 2004 - 00:05
    yeah they can play games, blockdude is quite addicting....
    nothing special though, not worth your money unless you need one for university or high school or something
    If your a student and you use them in school as much as I do, then just beg your parents for one.

    Mind bought me on about two years ago.

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    yeah they have ti-89 out as well, but most programs are campatible with the ti-83
    and if you've got the extra money buy a ti-83 plus silver edition!
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    Ya my mom is gonna by me one I told her i need it for Grade 10 math

    The font size would be disporportionate to the total number of pixels to the screen, so you would somehow have to scroll across all the pages and down.
    You can't scroll on it? What if you made the text files really small

    and how much space does it have
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    Originally posted by Keikan@18 January 2004 - 00:20
    Ya my mom is gonna by me one I told her i need it for Grade 10 math

    The font size would be disporportionate to the total number of pixels to the screen, so you would somehow have to scroll across all the pages and down.
    You can't scroll on it? What if you made the text files really small

    and how much space does it have
    No, I mean, the pixel count, would make even 1pixel thick fonts = only so many letters for the screen. Thus, it would be alot of scrolling.

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    Your better off getting the TI-86. It's actually cheaper, and has more memory.

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