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    Need a TI-83, Ti-85, or TI-86. For one of my high school math students whose family can't buy new.
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    I've got a TI-85 from my college days. I havent used it in a couple years, but I'm sure it still works. Hell, I might even have the book to go with it. I'll check it out tomorrow when I get a bit of free time


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    I didn't realize these things were still viable. I guess I am just used to the PC world where stuff gets obsolete overnight. I still have my TI-85 with data cable and manual from 1992.

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    I am interested in either of those. Mine bit the big one after 1 year of HS, 4 years of college, and 1 year of grad school. 69 college math credits it got me through.
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    Heres a picture of my old trusty TI-85. I was certain that I still had the book, but it was nowhere to be found. However, I did find the link cable that came with the TI-85 when it was purchased. I have never used it, so I'm not real sure what it does (downloads?). And you cant really see it good in the picture , but it does have the screen/key protector sliding cover.

    This calculator was only used for 4-5 college courses, the rest of the time it sat in one of my storage bins. Its still in great condition. No markings, writing, or BAD scratches (the screen is 100% scratch/mark free, the casing does show a tad bit of wear from normal usage).

    If interested shoot me a PM this way



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    Me and my friends used the cable to share "animations" we made (porn, basically). We also made some fun programs. The cable allowed you to transfer programs between calculators. I wonder if mine still has some of the programs on it.

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    i also have one available if needed, pm me

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    I've picked up Mattiekrome's in a trade for some complete Tengen NES games. I could always use a couple more on hand for other students though. PM me with a price quote if you are looking to sell. Thanks.
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    i have a ti-83? in box. pm me. never opened

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    Damm Thank you for posting that picture. I have had the cable laying around in my room for years and for the life of me I could not figure out what it was from. I though it was my Gen SCD mixing cable but that was allready pluged in.

    Ah the TI-85 that got me through a few classes in college. Glad I took that programing class, I used to copy all my class notes into it as a program. (yes I was a filthy cheater)

    I will look around Its got to be here somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan2357
    Ah the TI-85 that got me through a few classes in college. Glad I took that programing class, I used to copy all my class notes into it as a program. (yes I was a filthy cheater)
    Who DIDN'T use it to cheat?

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