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Texas Instruments Organizer
|Date of introduction:||1992||Display technology:||LCD dot matrix|
|New price:||Display size:||6 lines by 32 char|
|Size:||3.3" x 6.0" x 0.8"|
|Weight:||9.4 ounces||Serial No:||008427|
|Batteries:||2*AAA + CR2016||Date of manufacture:||mth 07 year 1992|
|AC-Adapter:||Origin of manufacture:||Taiwan (I)|
|Precision:||10||Integrated circuits:|| CPU: Toshiba T6A43
Display: T7900, 2*T7778A
|Program steps:||Courtesy of:||Anne Napier|
|Download manual:||(US: 6.5 MByte)|
This Organizer is almost identical with the PS-6600 Organiser introduced in Europe. The only difference is the printing of the front mask around the display.
It continued the approach started with the PS-6200 Organizers and leading to products like the PS-6700 before ending with the PocketMate 300 in the year 1999.
The Organizer keeps three main types of information:
• Reminders with unlimited alarms
In addition to the basic Organizer function you'll discover:
|• A flexible clock with 12-hour AM/PM or 24-hour time
• A calendar from January 1901 to December 2099.
• A calculator with 10-digits display capacity and
52 different currency and metric conversions
• World time of 23 cities in all 24 time zones
• A backup battery
• A transfer cable to connect two Organizers
• An optional connection between the Organizer an a IBM-compatible PC
The display of the Organizer is very useful supporting 6 lines by 32 characters.
The direct successor of the Organizer could be found with the PS-6700 and the enhanced sibbling PS-6800.
Don't miss the TI-81 graphing calculator using almost identical hardware!
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