Tag: TRS-80 Model I

Get started with C cross-development for the TRS-80 Model 1 and 3!

My first computer ever was a TRS-80 clone called JR Sysdata which I, like many of us, regrettably sold when I wanted to upgrade to something else. Today this Brazilian clone is rarer than flying cows and worth a good amount of money. Of course, we are here not to talk about childhood computers but about cross-development for the TRS-80…

TRS-80 also has a podcast – Trash Talk Episode 2

TRS-80 Trash Talk is the new podcast about the TRS-80 line of computers. We are happy to see that the second episode came out already, showing commitment by the hosts! Trash Talkers Peter Cetinski Randy Kindig Peter Bartlett Ian Mavric The episode brings news, talks about VCF East and South East and much more. Link: TRS-80 Trash Talk

TRS-80 Trash Talk – New podcast for your commute!

TRS-80 is one of the most iconic retro-computers you can think of. The model I or III don’t have high-resolution of fancy sound chips. It doesn’t have even colors! With all these limitations, the TRS-80 computers are still a nice machine capable of many things that you can probably not even dreamed. To me, the TRS-80 Model I is by…

The TRS‑80 Model II – Learn more about the business oriented TRS-80

Matthew Reed has just published on TRS-80.org an article about the TRS-80 Model II. The article does a good job explaining the differences between the model II and model I, as well as covering released software for the machine. With a lot of information and nice catalog images, you should check it out for sure. Link: TRS-80.org