I have a Ti-83 Plus and a Ti-82.
I have a TI-84 Plus CE
you's, I have a table for my calculator collection and the ones I want, linked on my website.

Linked : https://www.izder456.studio/calculators/collection

If for some reason you cannot see this, here :
Ti73 Explorer (round model)
Ti80
Ti81
Ti82
Ti82 Parcus
Ti83 Plus
Ti84 Plus CE (2015 model)
Ti84 Plus Silver Edition
Ti85
nspire
nspire CAS
Ti84 Keypad
nspire clickpad
nspire touchpad
nspire CAS touchpad
Voyage 200
TiKeyboard (very expensive on amazon atm $50! For a niche keyboard!!)

I also have this, I made for propping up my voyage 200 when I use the TiKeyboard with it :
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dHCBJml9PRlrRhgl9ZrjNFJNc7CuYB5Q?usp=sharing

EDIT :
I received my Ti85 from an eBay auction and have been messing around with assembly shells, It's fun!
Izder456 wrote:
you's, I have a table for my calculator collection and the ones I want, linked on my website.

Linked : https://www.izder456.studio/calculators/collection

If for some reason you cannot see this, here :
Ti73 Explorer (round model)
Ti80
Ti81
Ti82
Ti82 Parcus
Ti83 Plus
Ti84 Plus CE (2015 model)
Ti84 Plus Silver Edition
nspire
nspire CAS
Ti84 Keypad
nspire clickpad
nspire touchpad
nspire CAS touchpad
Voyage 200
TiKeyboard (very expensive on amazon atm $50! For a niche keyboard!!)

I also have this, I made for propping up my voyage 200 when I use the TiKeyboard with it :
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dHCBJml9PRlrRhgl9ZrjNFJNc7CuYB5Q?usp=sharing


Awesome! I made something similar for vintage comptuers Cool
Europa wrote:
Awesome! I made something similar for vintage comptuers Cool


could you link that too?
Izder456 wrote:
Europa wrote:
Awesome! I made something similar for vintage comptuers Cool


could you link that too?


It's actually an AppleWorks database on my Power Mac, but I could totally upload screenshots of it sometime soon Smile
https://i.postimg.cc/y8YycLv6/IMG-20200327-225827.jpg
I only get from OfferUp, Goodwill, Flea Markets, e.t.c. No amazon or eBay.
The names on them are mine(I'm not gonna resell or anything)
Their names in order from left to right...
TI-81
TI-73 Explorer
Voyage 200
TI 84 Plus CE
TI NSpire CX II
Very Happy
My collection: https://imgur.com/a/KLtLPdF

1990~1996 series:

One TI-82 was missing the screen cover, so I took one off a scrap TI-81.
Really need to get a TI-Presenter and try out the VSC 81 at some point.

1997~2015 series

TI-86 is my personal favourite.
Haven't gotten around to fixing the TI-89, so it's off.

The ones that don't graph:

-Abacus
-Musical calculator
-3 Scientifics
-Vintage 4-function (wish they still made bright displays with LEDs these days)
-Small and large printers

Not pictured: an uncountable number of 4-function calculators.
I took this picture back in september, and apparently didn't post it here. Up it goes
Hooloovoo wrote:
[Image with a million calculators]


Oh my!
I'm just going to leave these here:




I'm sure that isn't all of them, it's just the most recent pictures.
Awesome - do you have high res versions available?
tr1p1ea wrote:
Awesome - do you have high res versions available?


I'm afraid that's all I have right now. I need to go through each one and document the details, like date stamps, serial numbers, hardware revisions, etc.
I haven't made an update in a while... I'm in the process of putting together the most esoteric collection possible. Here are my latest acquisitions:
A TI-86 "Display Sample", which was used by presenters at the launch event to show off the new product in 1997. It is software version 1.0, which is quite a bit newer than the earliest known before that, which was 1.2. Due to some problems I've been having with tilp, I still haven't dumped it, but it will be interesting to compare it with 1.2 when possible. Hardware-wise it is the same as the early TI-86s (9TILEOMB-30G MB and 9TILEOLB-30D LCDB)



A rare TI-81 Untethered Viewscreen VB variant. We found out about this variant in an earlier post by Cemetech user Pi Time, and I had to sift through thousands of TI-81s for months before one finally popped up. The low serial numbers suggest that there would only be a few production runs (probably less than 5000 units).


A Ti-Nspire CM-C DVT1 Prototype (The most common of the Nspire CM prototypes, but still an interesting calc) It is software version 3.1.0.319, which had not been spotted before. Interestingly, a chinese collector received one with the same version on cncalc.org a few days after I received mine, and the user dumped it, so I won't have to. As of yesterday, it is available for download on tiplanet here.
EDIT: Hooloovoo also just received one with the same version. It seems like a seller on ebay got a hold of a big handful of them.


You can click on the images to view them in full res.
  
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