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|Type:||Graphing||Model:||TI-84 Plus CE|
|Display Size:||Regular||Power Source:||Battery|
|The Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE is a pocket graphic calculator that allows you to compute with ease. It features convenient regular-sized buttons. This calculator, which derives its power from a battery, helps you complete your calculation tasks in a jiffy.|
|GTIN||0033317206667, 0033317208975, 0631058304538|
|UPC||0033317206667, 0033317208975, 0631058304538|
|Model||TI-84 Plus CE|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||219606837|
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Good Quality and Works Well
It is in good condition from being used before; it still works like it’s new it just looks mildly used, which going into buying this, I knew. If I were to buy it with knowing the exact condition I still would. This is definitely a better deal compared to all the brand new calculators. Although this isn’t a brand new calculator it still looks the same (just used because i’m pretty sure it was in a classroom before, because of some pencil marks on the calculator) and it is like 20 dollars cheaper or more than most of the other calculators. It did come in a few days and I have definitely used the calculator a lot since! You can see on the back there is a decent amount of pencil marks on it (probably students who used it that were doodling but easily erasable), overall definitely worth the buy!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: alexrapp
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator
The TI-84 Graphing Calculator is the standard graphing calculator expected of high school and college students. Although it comes short of the TI-89 in many features, it's overall a great piece of equipment though a little overpriced. You might get a better deal for your dollar buy purchasing a calculator from one of the other competing brands (such as Casio), but because they are not widely used you will have some compatibility issues with your teacher or professor, who most likely knows only how to teach you to use Texas Instrument's TI-series of calculators. Of course, this can all be solved by reading the manual, but calculator manuals are 100+ pages and not very interesting reads. Laid, '80s age screens give this calculator an old-school look but the exterior asthetic design is much more modern. Much better than the design of the TI-83. The differences between the TI-84 plus and TI-84 [regular] are minimal, only increased performance (hardly noticeable) and a slightly greater compatibility with newer apps (useless if you do not download applications from the internet) allow you to tell the two apart. Both are compatible with the TI-83 and have similar [if not exactly identical] keystrokes for functions.
The TI-83 and TI-84 are the same calculator. The TI-84 has more memory. Most people don't use all the memory anyway. If you need a graphing calculator, the 83/84 is the best one. If you learn a little about programming, this calculator can be amazing. However, if you're going to get a big calculator, learn how to use it! This calculator can be intimidating if you're not used to it. It's worth learning it, though. If you don't have to have a graphing calculator, look at the TI-36X Pro.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: horseshoe1215
better than a black and white display.
It's very nice to be able to color your lines when operating multiple functions. The controls can be a bit intimidating, but don't worry, Youtube have lot's of videos to help. If you take the time to sit down and play with the calculator, you'll be impressed with all the functions. I am not a "math guy", and I assume that there are better/easier calculators, but this one has been good for me.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: neil11187
Buy a TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, used; Added features of CE and disadvantages make it a better choice.
I own four TI Graphing Calculators. (Two TI-83 Plus, a TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, and this CE) Speed? I'm sure when I start writing my own BASIC programs, I'll appreciate the CE extra program space and speed. Thus, if you already own a TI Graphing Calculator and you've found that it is slow, or that it has too little memory to do what you want it to then buy the CE. Otherwise, stick with a TI-84 Silver Edition. The CE can't connect to the old keyboard (which I have); which is a real limit when typing programs. It's really annoying to have to enter letters with the hunt-and-peck method even when Alpha Lock is turned-on. I can't run programs on the CE that were created for the TI-84 Plus. I can't communicate with either the two TI-83 Plus or the TI-84 Plus with a cable, either. So, all the advantages of a CE are eliminated by the disadvantages. The size? That's crap. The difference is size or weight is not discernible. I'm was not at all impressed by any difference in size. So, if you like to impress other people, then get a CE. In reality? Do you really need color? Do you really need the extra-big screen? and it takes quite a while to charge the CE. Since batteries have always lasted a long time with all TI calculators, swapping-out alkaline batteries is MUCH quicker to do. So, my recommendation... but a used 'like-new' or 'acceptable' condition Silver Edition for $55.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: directdealsplus