Get Started with the Casio Prizm (fx-CG10/20)
Casio Prizm
The Casio Prizm was the first color-screen graphing calculator to be released, in early 2011. It beat the TI-Nspire CX to market by a few months. It offers an SH3/4 processor, the standard Casio numeric EOS from the fx-9860g calculator, and many color- and resolution-upgraded applications. It is permitted on the SAT, ACT, and other standardized tests.

Specs Math Programming

1. Specifications

  • CPU: Renesas SH4A (32-bit, 58 MHz)
  • RAM: 60KB user-accessible, 2MB total
  • Flash (ROM): 16MB user-accessible for Add-Ins/Storage (32MB total)
  • LCD: 384x216-pixel 16-bit color LCD with 16-pixel border
  • Ports: 2.5mm I/O, mini-USB
  • Power: 4 AAA batteries
  • Operating System (OS): 1.01-1.04
  • Programming: Casio BASIC, Lua, C, SH4 ASM

2. Using the Casio Prizm

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3. Programming the Casio Prizm

Cemetech's Prizm Wiki