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Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Color Graphing Calculator with Student Software (PC/Mac)
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- High-resolution, full-color backlit display. The screen size is 320 x 240 pixels (3.5 inches diagonal) and the screen resolution is 125 DPI; 16-bit color
- Rechargeable battery included. Can last up to two weeks on a single charge
- Handheld-Software Bundle. Includes the TI-Inspire CX Student Software delivering enhanced graphing capabilities and other functionality.
- Thin Design and lightweight with easy touchpad navigation
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Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II CAS Color Graphing Calculator
Faster performance, added interactive visuals and easier-to-read graphics expand the TI-Nspire CX graphing calculators’.
Animated path plot: Visualize function, parametric and polar graphs as they are drawn in real time.
Dynamic coefficient values: Explore direct connections between dynamic coefficients in equations and graphs.
Points by coordinates: Create dynamic points defined by coordinates, sliders or expressions quickly.
New features open new paths to understanding
Tick-mark labels: Label axes scales to create visual contexts that promote understanding.
TI-Basic programming enhancements: Write code for visual illustration of key math, science and STEM ideas.
Easier-to-read graphics: New app icons, supported by color-coded screen tabs, improve the user experience.
Built on a foundation
Calculator: Perform computations and enter expressions, equations and formulas in proper math notation.
Graphs: Plot and explore functions, equations and inequalities, animate points on objects and graphs, use sliders to explain their behavior and more.
Geometry: Construct and explore geometric figures and create animations.
Vernier DataQuest Application: Create a hypothesis graphically and replay data collection experiments all in a single application.
Lists & Spreadsheet: Perform mathematical operations on data and visualize the connections between the data and their plots.
Advanced graphing handheld calculator with full-color display, TI Rechargeable Battery and licensed TI-Inspire CX Student Software.
Visible screen diagonal
4" / 9 cm
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Pros: The Nspire is like a mini computer (with a touchpad mouse and everything), it can store notes and perform many other tasks efficiently.
I think this is an amazing device for anyone not doing trig equations. It really can do a lot, much more than most people need tbh. But beware that most colleges don’t allow students to use the Nspire, or any graphing calculator for that matter, on exams because of the fact that it does give you the answers and it’s note storing capability. You’d only be able to use it in high school or at home for personal use, that’s what I had planned on doing. So if you’re willing to dish out the money when it’s unusable past high school, has a VERY steep learning curve and isn’t efficient for trigonometry, go for it!
Then there is the issue of how difficult it actually is to do anything on the calculator. If aren't trained to use this type of calculator there will be a very steep learning curve. It is very complicated for a beginner and not even close to being straight forward in use or the directions. I find myself using an online app called desmos most of the time since it is so much easier to use than this thing.
Unless you have classes that require this specific calculator or you are very familiar with it I would pass. Even if I were more familiar I still don't think the quality is worth this price point because it feels so cheap in hand.