## Is TI-83 a good calculator?

The TI-83 Plus is an easy-to-use graphing calculator for math and science that lets students graph and compare functions, as well as perform data plotting and analysis. Its FLASH ROM memory allows students to update and add software applications (Apps).

## Is the TI-83 still made?

The TI-83 Plus Silver Edition is listed on the Texas Instruments website as “discontinued.” In April 2004, the TI-83 Plus Silver Edition was replaced by the TI-84 Plus Silver Edition.

**Is TI-83 Plus still good?**

After ten solid years of use, my TI-83 Plus is still doing math with as much poise as it did on day one. The protective lid is as good as useless, but outside of that, it has held up exceptionally well. There aren’t too many gadgets — a $100,000 supercar included — that hold up well after 11, 12, 13+ years of use.

**How old is the TI-83 Plus calculator?**

Comparison of Texas Instruments graphing calculators

Calculator | CPU | Year Released |
---|---|---|

TI-82 | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz | 1993 |

TI-83 | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz | 1996 |

TI-83 Plus | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz | 1999 |

TI-83 Plus Silver Edition | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz/15 MHz (Dual Speed) | 2001 |

### What calculator should I get for university?

The scientific calculator I recommend to my college students is the Casio FX-991EX ClassWiz….Best Scientific Calculators for Students

- Casio FX-991EX ClassWiz.
- Sharp EL-W516TBSL 16-Digit Advanced.
- Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro.
- HP 35s Scientific Calculator.

### Is there a TI 83 app?

The following applications are included with this product: Science Tools app. StudyCardsâ„˘ app for the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus families.

**When did the TI-83 come out?**

1996

Comparison of Texas Instruments graphing calculators

Calculator | CPU | Year Released |
---|---|---|

TI-83 | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz | 1996 |

TI-83 Plus | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz | 1999 |

TI-83 Plus Silver Edition | Zilog Z80 @ 6 MHz/15 MHz (Dual Speed) | 2001 |

TI-83 Premium CE, TI-83 Premium CE Edition Python | Zilog eZ80 @ 48 MHz | 2015/2019 |

**What is the best calculator to buy?**

Whether you’re a student, engineer, or medical professional, these are the best scientific calculators out there.

- Best Overall: Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Engineering/Scientific Calculator.
- Runner-Up, Best Overall: Casio FX-115ES Plus Engineering/Scientific Calculator.