The Texas Instruments TI-83 is a graphing calculator released in 1996 as an update to the TI-82. It is an extremely popular graphing calculator amongst students and is allowed in the College Board standardized tests. The TI-83 features function graphing, polar/parametric/sequence graphing modes, trigonometric and algebraic functions, to name a few. The TI-83 has been re-designed in 1999 and in 2001. It is discontinued in 2004, succeeded by the TI-83 plus series.
- 6 MHz Zilog Z80
- 24 kB ROM
- 32 kB RAM (24 kB available)
- Resolution: 96 x 64 pixels
- Panel: 3 inch monochrome LCD
- Capacity: 4 AAA batteries, 1 CR 1616 for backup
- Dimensions: 7.3 x 3.5 x 1 inch