Reviews and Problems with Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CAS
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Beware prototypes! I got what I wanted, though.
William Shipley, Amazon
7 August 2014
Summary: FYI, this was a prototype calculator. Not what most people want, but it has some features that are interesting for hackers like me. Here's the key differences between prototypes and normal calculators: * You can't update the OS to modern versions without a lot of hackery, meaning you're stuck with...
Summary: Yes, I agree with someone said it is very hard to figure out many of the functions on this calculator. And for me, to update the OS took me two hours. We have been spoiled with plug and play games and with this one, it is more than two steps of installing, and fumbling in the dark.
Great CAS... slightly overcomplicated interface... great school calc.
1 August 2013
Summary: Even ebay, doesn't know which one is which calculator, as I see the picture of non-CAS calculator associated with this item. CAS vs non-CAS... FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCE. CAS calculator can do a lot of math symbolically.
Summary: I'm using this for my AP physics class and it is absolutely perfect! Its even perfect for my PreCalc class, and I really wish I had been using it before my senior year. I bought the calculator refurbished, but it may as well have been brand new!
Summary: I needed this calculator for college. It works great! I got it at less than half the price than I would of from a local chain store. It is a little picky because each command has to be put in just right but all the added buttons make it easier.
Summary: Love it will love it even more when I learn how to use it. An instruction manual would have been helpful and I would have appreciated the real version of the software so I could register my calculator. But no they show a copy of the real version and send you a copy. "FALSE ADVERTISING."