I've done a few speed comparisons between the TI-30X Pro MathPrint, the TI-36X Pro (or TI-30X Pro MultiView), and one of their greatest rivals, the Casio fx-991EX ClassWiz.

For a measurement technique, I basically filmed the calculations on my phone and measured the time using video editing software. There is a little bit of wiggle room because the calculator screens take some time to refresh, but I estimate my timings to be accurate to about ±0.1s.

Test 1 - classic summation based benchmark
This is the classic summation based benchmark from

http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9750.html with n=1000.

\[ \sum_{x=1}^{1000} \sqrt[3]{e^{\sin(\tan^{-1}(x))}} \\

\begin{array}{c|r}

\text{Model} & \text{Time (s)} \\

\hline

\text{TI-30X Pro MP} & 103.7 \\

\text{TI-36X Pro} & 257.9 \\

\text{Casio fx-991EX} & 106.9

\end{array} \]

Test 2 - Eddie Shore's \(x^{-2}\) summation test
This is a summation test from Eddie's speed test video:

https://youtu.be/39tcSQBakMo?t=156
\[ \sum_{x=1}^{500} x^{-2} \\

\\

\begin{array}{c|r}

\text{Model} & \text{Time (s)} \\

\hline

\text{TI-30X Pro MP} & 19.6 \\

\text{TI-36X Pro} & 37.4 \\

\text{Casio fx-991EX} & 22.4

\end{array} \]

Test 3 - Eddie Shore's numeric solver test
This is a numeric solver test from Eddie's speed test video:

https://youtu.be/39tcSQBakMo?t=109
\[ \text{Solve}\ e^x + .2x^3 = 3\ \text{for}\ x \text{.} \\

\text{Initial guess:}\ x=10 \text{.} \\

\\

\begin{array}{c|r}

\text{Model} & \text{Time (s)} \\

\hline

\text{TI-30X Pro MP} & 1.7 \\

\text{TI-36X Pro} & 5.5 \\

\text{Casio fx-991EX} & 1.6

\end{array} \]

Test 4 - Eddie Shore's \( \frac{\sin(x)}{x} \) integration test
This is an integration test from Eddie's speed test video:

https://youtu.be/39tcSQBakMo?t=11
Note that the actual test that Eddie ran (and repeated by me) has a different upper limit than that shown on the slide.

\[ \int_{.001}^{.6} \frac{\sin(x)}{x} dx \\

\\

\begin{array}{c|r}

\text{Model} & \text{Time (s)} \\

\hline

\text{TI-30X Pro MP} & 0.9 \\

\text{TI-36X Pro} & 3.0 \\

\text{Casio fx-991EX} & 0.9

\end{array} \]

Test 5 - Eddie Shore's \( e^{-x} \) integration test
This is another integration test from Eddie's speed test video:

https://youtu.be/39tcSQBakMo?t=38
\[ \int_0^{100} e^{-x} dx \\

\\

\begin{array}{c|r}

\text{Model} & \text{Time (s)} \\

\hline

\text{TI-30X Pro MP} & 2.5 \\

\text{TI-36X Pro} & 5.7 \\

\text{Casio fx-991EX} & 3.4

\end{array} \]

Test 6 - VBlogMag's \( e^{x^3} \) integration test
This is an integration test from VBlogMag's calculator benchmark video:

https://youtu.be/DHRsvSTGiBc?t=584
\[ \int_0^6 e^{x^3} dx \\

\\

\begin{array}{c|r}

\text{Model} & \text{Time (s)} \\

\hline

\text{TI-30X Pro MP} & 8.6 \\

\text{TI-36X Pro} & 89.3 \\

\text{Casio fx-991EX} & 24.4

\end{array} \]

On the whole, the TI-30X Pro MathPrint is significantly faster than its predecessor (as expected), and slightly faster than the rival Casio fx-991EX in most tests. The result from VBlogMag's integration test has a surprisingly fast time for the TI-30X Pro MathPrint (compared to the other two calculators), but I double checked it. (The TI integration tests were performed using their default epsilon setting.)