David Butleradded December 23, 2017

This is possibly my favorite vintage TI. The programmer was released in August 1977, though my model appears to be from late 1978. This one appears to be fully working.
It is unusual in that it has the ability to work in Hexadecimal (base-16) and octal (base-8) on top of the expected decimal (base-10), hence the A, b, C, d , E, F. It also has binary conversions visible, though i dont think you can work with binary directly. Also has an odd feature where if you leave it sitting alone without pressing anything, it saves the number being displayed and does a light-chasing pattern on the display.

Model Number

TI Programmer


Texas Instruments Majestic Line


Texas Instruments

Year Made


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