Texas Instruments Galaxy 67 calculatorPowerful programmable machine, but suffers from a couple of weak engineering technologies.
The case has a weak front panel made of easy breakable plastic in contrast with the back panel and hard cover that are made of good durable plastic.
The front panel suffers from premature wear as the painted surface is easily pealed off by the sliding hard cover.
Internally the LCD display uses a flat cable that breaks easily as well, even without manipulation, leaving the display with missing dots.
Features wise, the calculator is very good for its class.
The following item was made in 1993.
Integral of sin(x) from 0 to pi using 10 intervals:
Sin( pi) according to this Texas 67 model. This deviates from what Texas does with all of their other models, where the result is exactly Zero.