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In the market for a TI calculator? If you are in search of the best Graphing Calculators perhaps no model is more widely used than the Texas Instruments TI 84. Professors, teachers and students are familiar with TI 84 functionality which are used learn how to input equations, switch to different modes, and change the settings. The TI Nspire CX CAS is actually a more full-featured model and is our top pick in 2019 for the best graphing calculator. Nspire CX CAS It has over 500 times the RAM and 20 times the ROM of the TI 84, plus the ability to store files and documents. It also features a full alphabetic keypad. Because of its added functionality, it has a much higher learning curve and even many teachers may not know how to use it, meaning it is often best reserved for students pursuing a mathematics degree. When it comes to a budget-friendly option, there are few better choices than the Casio Prizm fx-CG50, which has all the functionality the average student needs and is allowed on most major standardized exams. Those who feel no handheld device these days should be without a touchscreen will appreciate the Casio fx-CG500, which has a 4.8-inch display and even comes with a stylus. The HP Prime V2 is another option with a touchscreen. It has familiar gesture-based commands, 256 MB of memory to store custom formulas, and is impressively fast. At Mall.Direct, we’re dedicated to improving your shopping experience.
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