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The TRS-80 is a series of computers produced by Tandy (aka Radio Shack) from 1977 to 1981. Its low cost and wide availability made it very popular, and at a point it had the largest software library of any personal computer.
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The TRS-80 is a series of computers produced by Tandy (aka Radio Shack) from 1977 to 1981. It is part of the "1977 trinity" - the first commercially successful personal computers, along with the [[Apple II]] and the [[PET|Commodore PET]]. Its low cost and wide availability made it very popular, and at a point it had the largest software library of any personal computer.
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Latest revision as of 14:53, September 19, 2016

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The TRS-80 is a series of computers produced by Tandy (aka Radio Shack) from 1977 to 1981. It is part of the "1977 trinity" - the first commercially successful personal computers, along with the Apple II and the Commodore PET. Its low cost and wide availability made it very popular, and at a point it had the largest software library of any personal computer.

Second Generation
Consoles Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Atari 2600 - Atari 5200 - Epoch Cassete Vision - ColecoVision - Fairchild Channel F - Mattel Intellivision - Magnavox Odyssey² - Bally Professional Arcade - Sega SG-1000 - RCA Studio II - Interton VC 4000 - Milton Bradley Vectrex
Handhelds Entex Adventure Vision - Nintendo Game & Watch - Milton Bradley Microvision
Computers Apple I - Apple II - Apple III - Atari 8-bit - Acorn BBC Micro - Commodore PET - Tandy TRS-80 - Tandy TRS-80 CoCo
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