Ti Ba Ii Plus Simulator

  

Staples.com: Texas Instruments BA II PLUS Professional Financial Calculator with fast and free shipping on select orders. The Texas Instruments BA II Plus is a finance calculator with 10 digits precision and algebraic logic. It has 44 keys, and an LCD (liquid crystal) display. The power source is CR2032 3V. The calculator was manufactured in Italy.

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NameDescription
CalcEmTI-82,TI-83 A basic and no-nonsense representation of the original.
Classic99Classic99 is a freeware TI-99/4A emulator for Windows 9x. Classic99 runs most of the existing ROMs, some of which are bundled with the package, under license from Texas Instruments. Source code is included in the zip.
Emu-92TI-92 Features twice as much memory as a real TI-92, automatic state saving and loading, and a choice of four different color schemes. Requires that BIOS ROM image be named 'ti92mod.bin.'
EMU83TI-83 Very good compatibility with speed throttling for games, and a good debugger.
Emulator86TI-86 One of the more accurate emulators. Features file-loading support with (and without) a Graph-Link, screen shots, and a debug mode.
TI-83 Plus Development ToolsTI-83 The official development release from Texas Instruments.
TI-8x emulatorTI-8x Multiple machine support: TI-82, -83, -85, and -86. Quite a few features including graphlink support, speed control, and a debugger.
TI99/4WThis emulator emulates the TI-99 calculator. That is about all I know about it.
TIemuTiEmu is a multi-platform emulator for TI89 / TI89 Titanium / TI92 / TI92+ / V200PLT hand-helds.
TigerTI-92 Support for ROM in 1MB-2MB sizes, 128K and 256K RAM, and Fargo.
TIGraphTI-85 Features a virtual keypad interface instead of redefining keys, and is very stable. Also uses very few system resources compared to its competitors.
V9T9This is a nice, but no longer supported by its author, TI-99 emulator for DOS. It runs most TI-99 games and programs but it might be a bit hard to get to work on newer machines, since it involves some config file editing.
This is a fix for the emulator if it doesn't detect your computer as faster than a 386.
This is the source code for V9T9.
You'll need these TI-99 ROMs for the emulator to be able to run games and BASIC and all that other neat stuff.
Virtual 86TI-86 Improved documentation, but still has compatibility issues.
Virtual TITI-8x Emulates the TI-82, -83, -83 Plus, -85, -86, -89, -92, -92 Plus, and -92 II calculators. Features a debugger, and is very fast.
Win994a TI-99/4A SimulatorWin994a is a TI-99/4A simulator written by Cory Burr that installs and runs in the Windows environment. It was written to simulate the TI-99/4A, not to emulate it perfectly.


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The Texas Instruments BA-35 is a finance calculator with 8 digits precision and algebraic logic. It has 40 keys, and an LCD (liquid crystal) display. The power source is 2xLR44. The calculator was manufactured in USA.

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Facts at a glance:

FeatureValue
TypeFinance
Keys40
Precision8
LogicAlgebraic
Display typeLCD
Length135mm
Width74mm
Thickness9mm
Power Source2xLR44
CountryUSA
Year introduced1982
Year discontinued1986

Texas Instruments Ba Ii Plus Financial Calculator Simulator

Replacements:

If you have a Texas Instruments BA-35 that is no longer working, you can first try replacing the 2xLR44 batteries. If that doesn't solve the problem, then you can consider replacing the calculator with a modern equivalent. We suggest the following current models as possible replacements:

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