Product Comparison: Casio FX-260 Solar vs Texas Instruments TI-30XS MultiView

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General Specifications
Texas Instruments
FX-260 Solar
TI-30XS MultiView
About the Product
Casio’s versatile fx-260 Solar is easy enough to use for day-to-day calculations and advanced enough for complex mathematics like trigonometric, exponential, and Statistical calculations. It’s solar power provides long life and dependability in addition to being packed with over 140 features and calculations, it’s approved for use on SAT, AP, PSAT/NMSQT, and ACT exams.
Designed with unique features to allow you to enter more than one calculation, compare results and explore patterns, all on the same screen. Enter and view calculations in common math notation via the MathPrint mode, including stacked fractions, exponents, exact square roots and more.
Size & Weight
4.92 in.
6.1 in.
2.62 in.
3.23 in.
0.31 in.
0.75 in.
1.7 oz.
4 oz.
Display Type
Display Size
96 x 31 pixels
96 x 31 pixels
Touch Screen
What customers say about "Display"
Casio FX-260 Solar Scientific Calculator
  • Love the display and large number of digits is a real good feature.
  • Works great, light weight, and the display is easy to read, even in low light.
  • Buttons feel good. Display is clear.
  • This calculator has a good display.
  • The display is small considering you only have 10 digits.
Texas Instruments TI-30XS MultiView Scientific calculator
  • This is a great calculator - light, easy to use, big screen.
  • The screen is very good quality and it makes it easy to see.
  • Very good ease of use, nice large screen and good size buttons.
  • The screen is quite hard to read.
  • The screen on these breaks very easily.
Pre-Loaded Applications
Basic, Fraction calculations, Percent, Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Logarithmic, Statistics
Fraction calculations, Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Logarithmic, Statistics, Equation, Table function
Battery Type
LR-44 Battery
CR2032 Battery
PC Connectivity
Solar, Ergonomic design, Comes with slide-on hard case
MathPrint, CLASSIC mode, Auto Power Off, Non-skid rubber feet, Teacher kit available
What customers say about "Features"
Casio FX-260 Solar Scientific Calculator
  • This calculator is great. It is easy to use and light weight.
  • Simple, easy to use scientific calculator.
  • Good solar panel that gives you a clear display even under low light conditions.
  • Very compact in comparison to other scientific calculators.
  • Has all of the basic functions and more. It's light and the solar cell is great.
Texas Instruments TI-30XS MultiView Scientific calculator
  • Good calculator, includes table functionality.
  • The battery life is amazing!
  • This is a good calculator.
  • This scientific calculator has lots of function and it's perfect for students learning math.
  • The buttons feel good and it's easy to press.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
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