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Texas Instruments Full Keyboard Review

| July 4, 2013 | 0 Comments


The Texas Instruments Full Keyboard is a great accessory for Texas Instruments graphing calculators. Many did not even know that such a keyboard even existed but once you start using the keyboard you will wonder how you got by without it. It is compatible with the TI-83, TI-84, TI-89, TI-92, and Voyager 200 graphing calculators. The Texas Instruments Full Keyboard adds a whole new level of functionality and performance to your graphing calculator. Allowing you to easily take notes in class for use later on during your test. With the Texas Instruments Full Keyboard you can easily and quickly solve problems, take notes, or write programs on your calculator. Best of all you can import your typed notes into Microsoft Word and finish your notes and load the final work back onto your graphing calculator. You no longer have to worry about fumbling with the tiny keys and switching between functions.

FEATURES

  • Large, easy to use full sized keys
  • Comes with the NoteFolio Hand Held Software application which allows you to easily take notes on your compatible Texas Instruments graphing calculator with the attached Texas Instruments Full Keyboard
  • Easily portable design that fits into a backpack.

BENEFITS

  • Allows you take notes in class or the lab with your graphing calculator
  • Easily write and use add-on programs

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Comes standard with non-skid feet, cradle, batteries, NoteFolio software and instruction manual.

PROS

  • Extremely portable
  • Adds a whole new level of functionality to your graphing calculator
  • Quickly take notes for use on assignments and test or while in the lab

CONS

  • Some teachers may not allow you the advantage of using such a useful graphing calculator accessory

BEST FOR

  • Using the Texas Instruments Full Keyboard for taking notes easily in class and the lab
  • Individuals who do not want to risk taking a laptop to class or are not allowed to use laptops in school

 

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