How to play Super Mario Bros on the TI-84 Plus
These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
The TI-84 Plus was released in 2004 as a predecessor to the TI-83 Plus. It included more RAM, ROM, and a higher clocked CPU than the TI-83 Plus. The TI-84 Plus was also the first TI-8x type calculator to be equipped with a mini USB connector along with the standard 2.5mm I/O port. An interesting note about the naming: Texas Instruments started the TI-84 family with the TI-84 Plus; there is no TI-84 non-Plus version. The TI-84 Plus was succeeded by the TI-84 Plus Color Silver Edition in 2014.
- CPU: z80, 15 MHz (can underclock to 6MHz)
- RAM: 24KB user-accessible
- Flash (ROM): 480KB user-accessible for Apps out of 1MB
- LCD: 96x64 pixels, 16x8 homescreen text
- Ports: 2.5mm I/O, USB-on-the-Go (mini-USB)
- Power: 4 AAA batteries
- Operating System (OS): 2.xx MP (latest 2.55)
- Programming: TI-BASIC, z80 ASM