TRS-80 Model I Information Links


Wikipedia TRS-80 Model I entry

Usual type of site for a Wiki entry - stats, basic description of hardware, capabilities, etc... Good starting point for info gathering

Old Computers Model I entry

Provides a good overview of the system options, model numbers, peripherals, and a brief history as well as reader feedback

TRS-80.org Model I entry

This article is quite detailed, including machine description, specifics, options and several images of Radio Shack catalog ads

TRS-80.com (Ira Goldklang) Model I entry

This article provides a very concise discussion of the Model I, including history, specs, hardware options, software... the list could go on

PC Magazine Look Back at TRS-80's

This PC Magaine article is brief synopsis of some of the more popular TRS-80 computers from back in the Shack's hey-day

Radio Shack’s Original TRS-80 Family of Computers

Low End Mac offers a brief, but, favorable review of the Z-80 based Radio Shack computer family and a few competitors

American History Museum TRS-80 Model I entry

Not a lot can be said about this entry - it's an extremely brief run-down about the computer, and that's about all that can be said

Nutz & Model I article

This undated Nuts & Volts article is a terrific, if not brief, overview of the Model I and it's historical impact

David Keil's TRS-80.org Model I Emulator Page

David's emulators are amoung the best - if you can't get your hands of real equipment, and if you have an older PC to spare, this is a great option

Vintage Computer Model I entry

Yet another very brief page with little more than just the machine specifics, with little to no history

Time Magazine: Please Don’t Call It Trash-80

This is a very good article discussing Radio Shack's, and the TRS-80's, succeesses in the early days of thr computer revolution



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TRS-80 Model I Resource Links


Wikipedia TRS-80 Model I entry

Usual type of site for a Wiki entry - stats, basic description of hardware, capabilities, etc... Good starting point for info gathering

Old Computers Model I entry

Provides a good overview of the system options, model numbers, peripherals, and a brief history as well as reader feedback

TRS-80.org Model I entry

This article is quite detailed, including machine description, specifics, options and several images of Radio Shack catalog ads

TRS-80.com (Ira Goldklang) Model I entry

This article provides a very concise discussion of the Model I, including history, specs, hardware options, software... the list could go on

PC Magazine Look Back at TRS-80's

This PC Magaine article is brief synopsis of some of the more popular TRS-80 computers from back in the Shack's hey-day

Radio Shack’s Original TRS-80 Family of Computers

Low End Mac offers a brief, but, favorable review of the Z-80 based Radio Shack computer family and a few competitors

American History Museum TRS-80 Model I entry

Not a lot can be said about this entry - it's an extremely brief run-down about the computer, and that's about all that can be said

Nutz & Model I article

This undated Nuts & Volts article is a terrific, if not brief, overview of the Model I and it's historical impact

David Keil's TRS-80.org Model I Emulator Page

David's emulators are amoung the best - if you can't get your hands of real equipment, and if you have an older PC to spare, this is a great option

Vintage Computer Model I entry

Yet another very brief page with little more than just the machine specifics, with little to no history

Time Magazine: Please Don’t Call It Trash-80

This is a very good article discussing Radio Shack's, and the TRS-80's, succeesses in the early days of thr computer revolution


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