TI unveils new, improved graphing calculators

March 11, 2019 //By Rich Pell
TI unveils new, improved graphing calculators
Texas Instruments (Dallas, TX) has introduced new graphing calculators featuring a more powerful processor, improved coding and math features, and a modern look.

Building on the company's popular TI-Nspire CX line of graphing calculators, the new TI-Nspire CX II graphing calculators feature a 2-1/2 times faster processor, an updated modern look, and interactive math and coding features. The new features, says the company, are designed to help bring science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects to life for students, giving them more opportunities to visualize important, abstract concepts, not just in math class, but in science and computer programming courses.

"Students and teachers asked us to make their graphing calculator more responsive as they are using it increasingly to explore an array of complex STEM concepts," says Peter Balyta, Ph.D., president of TI Education Technology. "Teachers who experience the new TI-Nspire CX II will immediately appreciate the improved visuals on the screen, faster processor and robust, new features that help students explore STEM."

Key TI-Nspire CX II specifications and features include:

  • Color, backlit display
  • Screen size: 320 x 240 pixels (3.5" diagonal)
  • Screen resolution: 125 DPI; 16-bit color
  • Powered by the TI rechargeable battery (included)
  • USB port for computer connectivity
  • 90+ MB storage memory / 64MB operating memory
  • 396 MHz processor speed

Additional technical specifications are available online at education.ti.com/TI-Nspire-CXII. The TI-Nspire CX II and CX II CAS will be available for purchase at major retail stores in time for back to school 2019.

TI Education Technology

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