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August 14, 2011, 02:46:10 AM
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Looking for any of the following calculators:
  • TI-73
  • TI-82
  • TI-83
  • TI-83 Plus Silver Edition
  • TI-83 Plus
  • TI-84 Plus
  • TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
  • TI-86
  • TI-89
  • TI-89 Titanium
  • TI-92
  • TI-92 Plus
  • TI-nSpire
  • TI-nSpire CAS
  • HP 48G
  • HP 48Gii
  • HP 48GX
  • HP 50G
  • Casio FX-9860G
  • Casio FX-9860G Slim
  • Casio FX-9850GC

Kind of testing this out, leave a reply with what you have and I'll give you a price.

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August 14, 2011, 02:51:53 AM
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does it have to be in working condition?
I havea ti 84 plus silver, i dont know what happened to it,
didnt use it for one year, and later tried it with new batteries and it doesnt turn on
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August 14, 2011, 02:53:02 AM
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I have a TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, what is the bounty for one of those?  I know retail they cost over $100.

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August 14, 2011, 02:58:45 AM
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wow I just resurrected my Ti 84 silver Cheesy
http://epsstore.ti.com/OA_HTML/csksxvm.jsp?nSetNumber=11900
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August 14, 2011, 02:59:53 AM
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What a neat idea.  (they probably won't do mining)

Oldest I have (working until the batteries went flat last year) is a Sharp PC-1211.  
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August 14, 2011, 03:09:34 AM
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What a neat idea.  (they probably won't do mining)

Oldest I have (working until the batteries went flat last year) is a Sharp PC-1211. 
bit if you COULD mine with a Ti-83..

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August 14, 2011, 03:12:16 AM
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I have a ti-86 also not on your list a 1976 vintage ti-30

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August 14, 2011, 04:30:42 AM
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I have a pink Ti-84 Plus  Wink
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August 14, 2011, 05:27:30 AM
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Looking for any of the following calculators:
  • TI-73
  • TI-82
  • TI-83
  • TI-83 Plus Silver Edition
  • TI-83 Plus
  • TI-84 Plus
  • TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
  • TI-86
  • TI-89
  • TI-89 Titanium
  • TI-92
  • TI-92 Plus
  • TI-nSpire
  • TI-nSpire CAS
  • HP 48G
  • HP 48Gii
  • HP 48GX
  • HP 50G
  • Casio FX-9860G
  • Casio FX-9860G Slim
  • Casio FX-9850GC

Kind of testing this out, leave a reply with what you have and I'll give you a price.

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Kind of testing this out...

Let me know when the difficulty level increases so that I can fire up the Commodore 64's.

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August 14, 2011, 06:11:22 AM
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does it have to be in working condition?
I havea ti 84 plus silver, i dont know what happened to it,
didnt use it for one year, and later tried it with new batteries and it doesnt turn on

I don't think I can work with for-parts calculators right now, I'll let you know Monday though.

I have a TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, what is the bounty for one of those?  I know retail they cost over $100.

What condition is it in? Does it include the cable and cover?

Keep in mind, we don't sell these in a retail outlet, we pretty much hand them off to a distributor who warehouses all kinds of these for sell on eBay and wherever else they do business. Tongue

Everyone else please reply with the condition your calculators are in and what accessories will be included. I will PM you all prices on Monday (I'll post the prices here as well) and work out shipping costs / details then, too.

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August 14, 2011, 06:24:44 AM
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does it have to be in working condition?
I havea ti 84 plus silver, i dont know what happened to it,
didnt use it for one year, and later tried it with new batteries and it doesnt turn on

I don't think I can work with for-parts calculators right now, I'll let you know Monday though.

I have a TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, what is the bounty for one of those?  I know retail they cost over $100.

What condition is it in? Does it include the cable and cover?

Keep in mind, we don't sell these in a retail outlet, we pretty much hand them off to a distributor who warehouses all kinds of these for sell on eBay and wherever else they do business. Tongue

Everyone else please reply with the condition your calculators are in and what accessories will be included. I will PM you all prices on Monday (I'll post the prices here as well) and work out shipping costs / details then, too.
No cable, but it has the cover, and it's in very good condition, and has games pre-loaded.   I might just sell it locally though if you're selling to a reseller, I can't see much BTC coming from this Smiley

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August 14, 2011, 01:37:36 PM
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I have convers got both of mine and hermine I have a cable I have to look for it though

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August 14, 2011, 01:49:03 PM
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Hey, I could serve you with a TI Voyage 200+, which is basically hardware compatible with an TI 92+ but has a bigger screen and a full qwerty keyboard(and more memory).
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August 16, 2011, 01:55:39 AM
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does it have to be in working condition?
I havea ti 84 plus silver, i dont know what happened to it,
didnt use it for one year, and later tried it with new batteries and it doesnt turn on

I don't think I can work with for-parts calculators right now, I'll let you know Monday though.

I have a TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, what is the bounty for one of those?  I know retail they cost over $100.

What condition is it in? Does it include the cable and cover?

Keep in mind, we don't sell these in a retail outlet, we pretty much hand them off to a distributor who warehouses all kinds of these for sell on eBay and wherever else they do business. Tongue

Everyone else please reply with the condition your calculators are in and what accessories will be included. I will PM you all prices on Monday (I'll post the prices here as well) and work out shipping costs / details then, too.
No cable, but it has the cover, and it's in very good condition, and has games pre-loaded.   I might just sell it locally though if you're selling to a reseller, I can't see much BTC coming from this Smiley

You will probably make more money selling it locally, I can pretty much guarantee you that. I'm still speaking with our guy but I think I will be able to offer you around $28 for it.

Et al, I was super busy at work today and didn't get a chance to work out prices yet, I'll be doing that in about an hour.

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August 16, 2011, 09:05:54 AM
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What a neat idea.  (they probably won't do mining)

Oldest I have (working until the batteries went flat last year) is a Sharp PC-1211. 
bit if you COULD mine with a Ti-83..


...or with a series of them hooked in parallel. Less heat generated.
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August 16, 2011, 09:45:05 AM
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How much for a TI-89?  I'd have to get batteries to make sure it's still working, but I'm 90% sure it is.
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August 17, 2011, 04:25:31 AM
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What'll you give for a working, with batteries, no cover, fished-out-of-the-trash TI-83.

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