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The TRS Micro Computer System is a desktop microcomputer launched in and sold by Tandy Corporation through their Radio Shack stores. The name. The following is a list of clones of Tandy's TRS model I and III home computers: Aster CT by Aster b.v. · Netherlands · DGT and DGT by Digitus. 7 May TRS T=Tandy RS=Radio Shack 80=Z microprocessor. Where's the computer? It's in the keyboard! As one of the first home computers.
14 Dec - 30 min - Uploaded by Terry Stewart The Tandy - a forgotten classic, but is it worth buying? The Commodore PET 32N. 17 Dec - 30 sec - Uploaded by zipherbug TRS Commercial. I had the first TRS color computer with 32k ram, but the. The Tandy TRS 80 model 1 was the first member of one of the most famous computer family. It was one of the first home computer and was launched at the same.
4 Dec During the dawning era of the personal computer, RadioShack dipped its toes into the market with its RadioShack TRS computer. 3 Aug When the TRS — a personal computer from Tandy that would be sold via their RadioShack stores, hence TRS — went on sale on Aug. The TRS‑80 (which became known as the Model I after the Model II was introduced in ) was created by Don French and Steve Leininger. It ran a Zilog Z See Tweets about #trs80 on Twitter. See what people are saying and join the conversation. The TRS (short for Tandy Radio Shack Z) was Radio Shack's entry into the consumer microcomputer market; introduced in , it was soon outselling.