TRS-80 Pocket Computer

This pocket size computer used the TRS-80 name, but was in fact manufactured for Tandy by Sharp Corporation.

Introduced in July 1980, it had a 24 character LCD screen, and the machine was a tiny, 175mmx70x15MM.

Programs were stored and saved on tape via an extra Tape interface, a printer was also available, and was ribbon based onto plain paper.
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