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Which TI programmable could this be ?
04-12-2015, 05:35 PM (This post was last modified: 04-12-2015 05:36 PM by bshoring.)
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Which TI programmable could this be ?
A single moment triggered my interest in HP programmable calculators. Oddly enough it was a Texas Instruments programmable that got me started. Back in 1981 a co-worker showed me how he'd programmed his TI to perform some time-consuming tasks we had at work.

What I recall is that it had a red LED, and could be seated right on a printer. The calculator alone was not alpha-numeric, but with the printer, it was able to print out alpha-numeric prompts for input. From what I have described is it possible to identify which TI model it could have been ?

I decided then and there to get something similar. After looking at multiple makes, I decided to go the HP route. I liked the portability of the HP-67, but wanted the ability to print that an HP-97 offered. So I settled on an HP-41 CV.

Life has never been the same since.

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