Reviews and Problems with Texas Instruments TI-Nspire
Showing 1-10 of 500
A let down.
Charles de Valois, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: The UI with this calculator is a major problem. I feel as if there is a huge gap between the user and machine. Sure, this calculator does what it says it does, but it leaves you with a little bit of disappointment. A sort of "that's it?" feeling.
Summary: This calculator model can change its keyboards, allowing it to access different operating systems. Included are a TI-84 and TI-NSpire keypad, allowing one to use the general-purpose, user-friendly utility of the classic 84 or the more advanced NSpire.
The info on TI's website states that the CX is the better calculator for algebraic calculations
Amazon Customer "jcandyl", Amazon
15 February 2015
Summary: Prior to purchasing this calculator, I went to Texas Instrument's website to do a comparison shop between the CX Graphing and the CAS, here: http://education.ti.com/en/us/products/calculators/graphing-calculators/ti-nspire-cx-handheld/tabs/overview#lightbox=nspire-cas-noncas.
this is a handy calculator to have, sometimes it ...
Max Jiao, Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: this is a handy calculator to have, sometimes it is overkill though. But for engineering major it's functions are priceless. Only downside is that it has so many features that sometimes it is hard to find and keep track of them when you want to. Also the keyboard buttons are a little small.