The new TI calculator, TI Nspire CX CAS, has been able to do so many things, from creating Game Boy Advance emulators to having Linux on it! Truly, this is a powerful calculator with its 16 MB of space to a beautiful resolution and completely thin body. It's a calculator I'm definitely interested in purchasing and I hope I can make wonderful additions to it in both hardware and application wise. Though this calculator is powerful, the CASIO Prizm fxCG20 is also catching my attention. This calculator has gotten very little attention, even though it is extremely powerful. It has 16 MB of space too, while also having a simple and beautiful UI. You can also get it personally skinned though CASIO's promotion called SkinIt. It also hasn't been messed around a lot and has the potential of making great 3D games and hacks. So, I'm in a predicament guys. Which one should I buy, the TI Nspire CX CAS or CASIO Prizm fxCG20? Tell me what you guys think, your experience with either calculator, and leave your response at the bottom of the page. Thank you guys for reading and I will see you next time.