translator1Model: TI-1030
Battery: 2 x LR43
Adapter: 
Year: 1981
Chip: TP0311         
Info: slimline LCD - first solar LCD      





translator1Model: TI-1050
Battery: 9 volt
Adapter: 
Year: 1977
Chip: TMC0921
Info: 





translator1Model: TI-1031
Battery: 2 x LR43
Adapter: 
Year: 1981
Chip: TP0311         
Info: slimline LCD - first solar LCD      





translator1Model: TI-1070
Battery: 2 x LR43
Adapter: 
Year: 1979
Chip: TP0314         
Info: slimline LCD - first solar LCD  Made in Italy
    





translator1Model: TI-1032
Battery: 2 x AA
Adapter: 
Year: 1982
Chip: TP0311         
Info: slimline LCD - first solar LCD      





translator1Model: TI-1071
Battery: 2 x LR43
Adapter: 
Year: 1979
Chip: TP0314         
Info: slimline LCD - first solar LCD  Made in Spain
    





translator1Model: TI-1035
Battery: 2 x LR44
Adapter: 
Year: 1979
Chip: Toshiba T3703          
Info: first TI-LCD - yellow LCD  





translator1Model: TI-108
Battery: solar
Adapter: 
Year: 1988
Chip:     
Info: LCD  1985 - 1990  Made in Taiwan





translator1Model: TI-1036
Battery: 2 x LR1130
Adapter: 
Year: 1986
Chip:
Info: LCD  1980 - 1984 





TI 108 overheadModel: TI-108 overhead
Battery: 
Adapter: 
Year:  
Chip: made in China
Info:  The California based company Stokes Publishing Company, Inc. distributes under the label "The Educator®"
calculators optimized for teaching purposes. William T. Stokes filed already July 30, 1991 the US Patent Application U.S. Pat. No. 5,035,502
 with the title "Transparent calculator for overhead projection".