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Radio Shack announces TRS-80 computer

12th August 1977
Radio Shack announces TRS-80 computer

Radio Shack announces its TRS-80 Model I, the company's first personal computer. Equipped with 4KB of RAM, cassette-tape storage, and a built-in BASIC interpreter, the TRS-80 was one of the first mass-marketed personal computer (along with the Commodore PET and Apple II). At a time when most microcomputers came in kit form and appealed to hobbyists, these three computers addressed the average person and were very popular in schools. Radio Shack sold more than 200,000 TRS-80 computers.


 

 

 


 

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