"Texas Instruments developed the TI-89, but its too complicated for a lot of people. A lot of people can't figure it out but nobody wants something that's not user friendly so they were smart to keep with the 83 and the 84 which is way more popular than the 89"

83 and 84 is the best, so he is correct.

*hides*

Overall not a bad preso, though could have greatly benefited from a viewscreen calculator or panel to demonstrate on calc as well.
tr1p1ea wrote:
83 and 84 is the best, so he is correct.

*hides*


*Insert obligatory TI-85 comment here*
  
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