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This TI-Nspire ViewScreen Panel was manufactured in July 2007 by 
Inventec Corporation in China (Date code S-0707A mth 07 yr 2007).

The TI-Nspire ViewScreen Panel units support the TI-Nspire and TI-Nspire CAS Calculators.

The printed circuit board (PCB) of this TI-Nspire ViewScreen Panel manufactured in July 2007
is centered around TI-OMAP and a total of three different memory chips.

The TI-Nspire ViewScreen Panel uses three different memory chips, a 256k*16 NOR Flash-ROM,
32M Bytes NAND Flash-ROM, and 16M*16 SDRAM. The clock frequency of the SoC is 12 MHz.

The brain of the TI-Nspire ViewScreen Panel is actually a System-on-Chip
based on the OMAP architecture from Texas Instruments. 

 Close-up view of the SST 39VF400A NOR Flash-ROM.

 Close-up view of the ST NAND256W3A NAND Flash-ROM.

 Close-up view of the Infinion HYB18L256160 SDRAM.

The transmissive high-contrast display with a resolution of 240 * 320 pixels of the TI-Nspire ViewScreen Pane. 


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Joerg Woerner, August 8, 2020. No reprints without written permission.