Archive for Old Calculators
This Vintage Minute episode provides an overview of the Texas Instruments TI Programmer calculator. I rarely found, but versatile member of the TI “Majestic” line of calculators from the mid 70’s to early 80’s.
Programming computers these days is rather simple. Don’t believe me? I do it for a living. While computer programming might not be considered easy to others, it really is just a matter of perspective. Today’s programming tools make the process much easier by abstracting a lot of the core hardware functionality from the programmer. If […]
Well, “Lil Herc” is the name my Science teacher gave his TI-57 back in 1979. At that time, the name sort of fit. This handheld device was a marvel for the price. It was a fully programmable calculator which did a lot of trig and statistical calculations. He handed his calculator and 100+ page instruction […]