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HP Prime port of NumWorks firmware

Started by Jean-Baptiste Boric, June 04, 2018, 09:57:53 PM

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Jean-Baptiste Boric


Hey, that's pretty cool. I hope the port will be complete sometime soon.
  • Calculators owned: TI-83+ (dead?), Casio Prizm (also dead???)
  • Consoles, mobile devices and vintage computers owned: A lot
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Jean-Baptiste Boric

Pictures from TI-Planet here: And yes, it does look neat in person.

This board won't let me port the firmware image because it's exactly 1024 KiB in size, so here's where to get it on TI-Planet if people want to try it out:


Has science gone too far ?

What i want next is a port of Firebird or CEmu to the Prime.
Don't do it, that would be insane....

But since you are insane, you are going to do it in a near future anyway.
  • Calculators owned: None (used to own an Nspire and TI-89)

Jean-Baptiste Boric

Just because I have an unlimited supply of insanity doesn't mean I have an unlimited supply of free time :P

Besides, only the non-color TI-Nspire models could possibly fit inside an emulator running on the HP Prime. Who would want to turn their HP Prime into a severely underpowered, monochrome calculator with a ridiculously awkward and impractical keyboard mapping anyways?...

... I mean, except for insane people with too much free time on their hands obviously (-_(//));

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