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Xero Xcape
Marine
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Posted: 16 Nov 2005
12:07 GMT
Total Posts: 28
guess what I got?

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
jessef
Goliath
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Posted: 16 Nov 2005
12:43 GMT
Total Posts: 192
I never heard of green 83+ before. how'd you get it.
Xero Xcape
Marine
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Posted: 16 Nov 2005
12:44 GMT
Total Posts: 28
d00d... that's sad... the translucent colored calcs were introduced when the 83+SE was, and manufacturing stopped around 2000... e-bay

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
allynfolksjr
Administrator
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Posted: 16 Nov 2005
14:51 GMT
Total Posts: 1892
Even sadder because my sister got a blue translucent 83+ last year with boot 1.01, which I was not aware existed in 2000.
Xero Xcape
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Posted: 16 Nov 2005
14:56 GMT
Total Posts: 28
really? /me isn't 100% positive on enything btw

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
ryantmer
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Posted: 16 Nov 2005
17:03 GMT
Total Posts: 692
That's an awesome calculator! Wish my 84+ was like that...
Xero Xcape
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Posted: 17 Nov 2005
13:00 GMT
Total Posts: 28
that is yet another thing the 83+ has over the 84+ :D

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
Lunchbox
Carrier
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Posted: 17 Nov 2005
13:12 GMT
Total Posts: 2007
What do you mean, another? That makes a sum total of 1 thing the 83+ has better than the 84+, and that's without counting the things the 84+ has better as negatives.
Xero Xcape
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Posted: 17 Nov 2005
13:35 GMT
Total Posts: 28
well, for one. All the 84+'s I've dealt with have problems with ION, 60% of them can't display ASM games, and a good lot hate xLIB

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
TI Freak
Probe
Posted: 17 Nov 2005
14:13 GMT
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I have had a green 83+ for 2 years now. I got mine at Staples, and they had blue ones there, but I only had enough money for one... :(

My green 83+ has 1.17...
Xero Xcape
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Posted: 17 Nov 2005
14:17 GMT
Total Posts: 28
same here... man I love 1.17

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
TI Freak
Probe
Posted: 17 Nov 2005
14:21 GMT
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Only problem with it is is it has the same driver problem, trying to play some games causes the slanted screen error... :(

Here are all the calcs I got: 82, 83, 83, 83+, 83+GE, 83+SE, 84+, 85, 85, 86, 89hw1, 89hw2

Got to catch'em all! lol!
Xero Xcape
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Posted: 17 Nov 2005
14:24 GMT
Total Posts: 28
I haven't yet run ASM games on here (and probably won't) but xLIB works, and that's all that matters

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.
TI Freak
Probe
Posted: 17 Nov 2005
14:27 GMT
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lol, yeah...
jessef
Goliath
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Posted: 17 Nov 2005
22:31 GMT
Total Posts: 192
well that makes me feel somewhat stupid. I have seen the clear ones and heard mention of the blue ones but never the green ones. maybe they just don't carry them in stores here. I did see a translucent red slide case on a calc at school (I think it was the schools) does any one know if TI made red 83+'s?
ericgagne
Probe
Posted: 21 Nov 2005
20:14 GMT
Total Posts: 11
Sorry to be an off-topic noob, but could someone give me an overview of xLib and maybe a good tutorial site of where to learn it ... it sounds (and looks) interesting.
Xero Xcape
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Posted: 22 Nov 2005
15:00 GMT
Total Posts: 28
www.maxcoderz.net

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BASIC flames are for n00bs, you don't want to be a n00b do you? | My other calc is a Porsche.





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