TRS-80 Pocket Computer PC-1

The TRS-80 PC-1 is the first-ever BASIC-programmable pocket-sized computer! It's actually the Sharp PC-1211, sold by Radio Shack in the US.

Display: LCD, 24 digit display (12 digit precision)
Power: 4 LR44 watch batteries
Adv. Functions: Trig, logs, probability, statistics, BASIC functions
Memories: 24
Programming: BASIC, 2.2Kb

Our unit is in excellent condition with rhe serial No: 0900042X in a soft case with the original packaging. Compete with cassette interface and 16 column dot-matrix impact printer.

Manufacturer: Radio Shack
Date: July 1980

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH878. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

TRS-80 Pocket Computer PC-1


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