TI-1030

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TI-1030
Type 4 function
Introduced June 11, 1978
Discontinued 1980
Successor TI-1031
Cost $15.95
Calculator
Display type LCD
Programming
Other
Power supply 2 LR43
Weight 54 grams
Dimensions 4.6" x 2.6" x 0.35"

The TI-1030 is a 4 function calculator first manufactured by Texas Instruments on June 11, 1978. The introductory price was $15.95 (equivalent to $58 in 2015).[1] It was powered by 2 LR43 sized batteries.[2]

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