Tandy/Radio Shack adverts
"The first complete, low-cost microcomputer system for business, home or education - TRS-80"
Actually, it wasn't - the Commodore PET was launched several months before the TRS-80 at the January Consumer Electronics Show and as such was the first of the "1997 Trinity" to be revealed to the pub...
"TRS-80 - The biggest name in little computers. Complete and ready to go NOW!
Another advert for one of the "1977 Trinity" - the Z80-based Tandy TRS-80. A year after its launch, the Level-II system appeared, with an expanded BASIC in ROM, now at 12K. The price has also increase...
"New low price for Level 1 BASIC 4K RAM"
The TRS-80 was one of the "1977 Trinity" - which also included the Commodore PET and the Apple II. Legend has it that Chuck Peddle (inventor of the 6502) approached Radio Shack (owner of the Tandy nam...
Tandy - new lower prices on the TRS-80
Tandy had announced its follow-up to the 1977 TRS-80 Model 1 at the end of 1979 and was expecting to take orders from the beginning of 1980. Even so, it wasn't initially expecting to ship until April,...
Introducing the Tandy Micro Executive Workstation
Proving that it's possible to stretch out a model name to any possible extreme, comes the "Micro Executive Work Station" (MEWS), otherwise known as the TRS-80 Model 100 - the TRS-80 being a 1977-vinta...
18th August 1983
"New TRS-80 Model 4 - from Tandy"
Proving that sometimes the same model can live on seemingly for ever, at least in name only, is this advert for the TRS-80 Model 4. The original TRS-80, one of the "1977 Trinity", had been launched 6 ...
Here's an up-front saving on the Tandy 16K Colour Computer 2
Here's a festively-themed advert for the second version of Tandy's Colour Computer, or "CoCo". With £20 off coz it's Christmas, the CoCo was available for only £99.95 - only £320 in 2021 money. Still ...