DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
DALLAS (September 21, 1972) „A
line of three new calculators introduced today marks the formal entry of
Texas Instruments into the electronic calculator market. The three new
calculators are the TI-2500 Datamath™ portable calculator and the
TI-3000 and TI-3500 desk models.“
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the wonderful TI-2500 Datamath™ calculator the Datamath Calculator Museum gives you one as a present!
Compared to the old-fashioned original calculator this Windows™ compatible Datamath Commemorative replaces the 4-bit single-chip calculator circuit with Pentium™ power, lacks the acid NiCd rechargable batteries and features even an Online-Manual.
downloading the Datamath Commemorative Software read this chapter
CONDITIONS OF USE
PLEASE READ THESE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE CAREFULLY.
We make no
warranty as to the currency, operability, or fitness for any particular
purpose of any freeware software posted to this site, and will assume
no liability for any losses or damages alleged to arise from use of or
reliance on such software. We undertake no duty to determine the
currency, operability, or fitness for any particular purpose of any freeware software posted to this site.
There are inherent dangers in the use of any software available for downloading on the Internet, and the Datamath Calculator Museum cautions you to make sure that you completely understand the potential risks before downloading any of the software. You are solely responsible for adequate protection and backup of the data and equipment used in connection with any of the Software, and the Datamath Calculator Museum will not be liable for any damages that you may suffer in connection with downloading, using, modifying or distributing any of the Software.
Download Datamath Commemorative
Version 2.0 November 3, 2003
(536 kByte) Version 2.0 November 3, 2003
ME, XP, NT 4.0 and 2000 are ready for immediate usage.
Using the Datamath Commemorative
the Datamath Commemorative and add the Program Icon to your desktop.
Launching the Datamath Commemorative will give you the look and feel of
the original TI-2500 Datamath™ portable calculator introduced 30 years
ago. Please notice:
Uninstalling Datamath Commemorative
To "uninstall" DATAMATH.EXE, just delete the program from your harddisc drive. It has no side-effects at all that would require "uninstalling" in the normal sense.
During evaluation of the Datamath Commemorative Software we noticed some incompatibilities with elder Windows NT 4.0 installations. Some Windows 2000 installations showed a red rectangular surrounding the Datamath calculator.
|Kirk B. Muri||Spending dozens of hours with the design, software implementation and verification of the Datamath Commemorative|
|Göran Larsson||Generating the 7-segment display images used in the User-guide.|
|Barbara G. Woerner||Creating the design and layout of the online User-guide.|
|Herb Foster||Providing the continual support for the Datamath Calculator Museum and the Datamath Commemorative project.|
User-guide HTML documents
Display images in the User-guide
Original Datamath calculator concept and design
| © 2002 Kirk B.
© 2002 Joerg Woerner
© 2002 Göran Larsson
© 1972 Texas Instruments
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© Joerg Woerner, September 13, 2002. No reprints without written permission.