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Texas Instruments has a gold-hued graphing calculator

Engadget Engadget 10/05/2016 Jon Fingas
TI-84 Plus CE in Bright White © Provided by Engadget TI-84 Plus CE in Bright White © Provided by Engadget

Want to prove that you're a cosine champion at your next math exam? Texas Instruments thinks it has the answer. It's trotting out a limited edition version of the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator that comes in a gold-hued (as TI puts it, "Golden Ratio") metallic shell -- yes, you can show some swagger while you're visualizing functions. There's also a special "Bright White" model (below) if you're not quite so ostentatious. Both calculators should arrive this summer without a price premium (existing models sell for $108 on Amazon), so you won't have to pay extra to bring some flash to your calculus class.

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