|TANDY RADIO SHACK
UNIT SOLD = 200,000
In 1963 Charles Tandy buys the Radio Shack Corporation, for free.
TRS (Tandy Radio Shack) An early Tandy trade name. In 1977, the TRS-80 was one of the three first personal computers. TRS-DOS was its operating system.
|To get real use out of the Model 1, you needed the Expansion Interface which would let you go above 16K of RAM to 32K or even 48K.
|It also had a provision for using two cassette tape units, a printer port, the floppy disk controller, and a serial port.
|Floppy disk drive
|Microsoft had a Level III BASIC that loaded from cassette and made several useful additions to the standard BASIC.