|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Scientific, 10 BCD digits, exponent ±99,
||Yes, keystrokes. Insert and delete supported,
numeric labels, up to 100 program steps.
||0.85 - this is definitely a very slow machine!
Ie. the HP-28S introduced in
1988 reaches an index of 54. And even the TI-59 introduced 10 years before the
TI-65 reaches 2.5.
||Variable number of program steps and data
registers. Data registers are automatically converted to program memory
except when protected by the PUM command. Maximum 16 data registers
with no program steps. Minimum 1 data register with 100 program steps.
One data register corresponds to 7 program steps.
||10 digit 7 segment black&white LCD plus 2
1/2 digit exponent
||Conversions, hex and oct numbers, numeric
integration, linear regression, built-in timer, comfortable
hour-minute-second display, physical constants, automatic power-off.
|Original Pricing, Production
||1987, the price tag on the cardboard box
indicates 135.65 DM (approx. 68 Euro)
||2x small button size cells
||Length 8.7cm, Width 14.3cm, Height 2cm
Picture of the Comparisn sheet.
Manual: TI-65 Manuel
d'utilisation, Gebrauchsanweisung (PDF, French/German, 1987, only German section)
||A surprisingly powerful machine with a wealth of