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Texas Instruments TI-NspireTM Handheld Graphing Calculator with Touchpad packaging may vary

4.5 out of 5 stars 175 customer reviews
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  • Link representations - Manipulate the properties of one and observe instant updates to others without switching screens
  • Includes an easy-glide Touchpad that works more like a computer with a mouse
  • Explore individual representations, one at a time, or as many as four on the same screen
  • See multiple representations of a single problem - algebraic, graphical, geometric, numeric and written
  • Grab a graphed function and move it to see the effect on corresponding equations and data lists
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The Texas Instruments Ti-nspire Graphing Calculator with Touchpad features Includes an easy-glide Touchpad that works more like a computer with a mouse, See multiple representations of a single problem - algebraic, graphical, geometric, numeric and written, Explore individual representations, one at a time, or as many as four on the same screen, Grab a graphed function and move it to see the effect on corresponding equations and data lists and Link representations - Manipulate the properties of one and observe instant updates to others without switching screens.

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Brand Name Texas Instruments
Item Weight 1.7 pounds
Product Dimensions 1.8 x 7.5 x 11.3 inches
Item model number N2/CLM/1L1
Color Blue
Number of Items 1
Size 4 x 7 7/8
Manufacturer Part Number N2/CLM/1L1

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ASIN B003FVGERY
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4.5 out of 5 stars 175 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #41,601 in Office Products (See top 100)
#76 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Math Materials > Calculators > Graphing
#55,670 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds
Date First Available September 14, 2004

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By Shane on August 31, 2010
I love it. It's fast, smart, and it comes with a cord to sync it to your computer. You can transfer documents onto and from the calculator. I put formulas, graphs, tables, and tons of other stuff. When I first got it, I thought, this is a huge calculator (which is true). It took me about a couple hours to learn how to calculate 2+2=4, and it took me about a day to graph. But now it does things I didn't even though a calculator could do! Even two weeks later, I'm still figuring out things it's capable of. You can save notes, graphs, and formulas. It even has a way to connect to a network (although I don't have that figured out). If you go online to [...] you can order a interchangable keypad for free. The website has guidebooks, tutorials, and if you get the calculator you can download software and the new O.S. for free.

I could ramble on and on about it (which I have done)so I'll stop here. But I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an advanced graphing calculator.

One last thing.I got the normal TI-nSpire, not the CAS one. I don't know a lot about the CAS but I do know that you cannot get the free keypad online.
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After growing up with the Ti-84 Plus in school (from 9th grade to today), I wanted to get a simular graphing calculator of my own. After a recommendation from my AP Physics teacher I decided to get the Ti-nspire. The Ti-nspire graphing calculator is probly one of the best, if not the most versitile calculators on the market. Like the Ti-84, the Ti-nspire can graph functions, preform basic calculations, and can be used with third party instruments (such as barometers, temperature, g-meters, etc.), but what seperates the Ti-nspire from the Ti-84 is that the Ti-nspire acts more like a modern home computer where as the Ti-84 is more like DOS in the sense that almost everything is preformed by key command. As a high school student in his senior year that has used the Ti-84 to its furthest extent, I can say that the Ti-nspire is everything the Ti-84 is, but better.
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I got this calculator a couple of days ago with the rechargeable battery (You should get it if you buy this, the $15 dollars will save money in the long run). The calculator turns on quick. Has great features. The touchpad is like a computer trackpad. You just move your finger and it moves the mouse.

It comes with many built in documents that teach you how to use the calculator. They're helpful if this is your first T.I. Nspire (This is my second).

The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because you have to go to T.I.'s website to get your FREE T.I. 84 keypad and wait for them to ship it to you. Mine still is has not arrived.

*Make sure to buy the rechargeable battery.
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Have fun with your calculator!
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This calculator is great it is really intuitive. During my college algebra class I feel like at least %25 of the class was spent tutoring students how to use their TI84s. Most of the time with the Nspire I could accomplish tasks at least 4-5 times faster than my class mates and not once did I need help from the instructor for calculator issues (which literally every single other student had to do at least once). It was so fast that two girls sitting around me took their TI84s back and bought the Nspire instead. The drag down menus and track pad are more like using a PC and lead to increased accuracy when entering formulas and graphing it also has faster turnover when calculating solutions. I also know that I am only using this calculator to maybe half of its potential so I'm pretty excited to really open it up for calculus and advanced stats.
*one note, check with your instructor/institution for test compliance because from what I have gathered you cannot ever use an Nspire CAS for ANY test so that's why I bought this NON cas version
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Rechargeable Battery Notice:
The most important thing I want to point out is that the TI nspire --without CAS-- does NOT have a battery compartment for the rechargeable battery. I didn't find this mentioned anywhere, and bought the rechargeable battery at the same time. Unless you are: content with voiding any warranty; have the know-how to tinker with the insides; and are a competent tinkerer, the rechargeable battery will be useless to you. I've got the battery in mine and it's working beautifully, so it can be done. I'm also an engineering major, and how to add it is well beyond the scope of what I want to put in a review.

Circuit Analysis/'i' in Matrix Notice:
If you're thinking of getting this for circuit analysis, then I want to point out that the TI84+ keypad is no different from a standard TI84+ in terms of matrices. You CANNOT use i in a matrix on the TI84+, so that keypad will not work as-is for alternating current circuit analysis. There are actually enough variables on the TI84 to setup a program that can perform a Kramer's rule solution to a 2x3 or 3x4, however you'll have to program that yourself. The nspire keypad can handle imaginary numbers in matrices, but if you're coming from TI8x's, there WILL be a learning curve. I strongly suggest finding tutorials on the nspire-keypad if that is your goal with it.

Ordering and Keypads Notice:
I purchased from Texas Discount Electronics, and it came packaged with the calculator, both keypads, a USB cable, inexpensive batteries, and software. I found it to be a good deal. Whichever seller you decide to purchase from, make sure to find out if they include both keypads or not... I found that many only include the nspire keypad, and not the TI84+ keypad.
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