The TRS-80 was one of the first so called homecomputers that i heard about in the early 80ies in West-Germany. i was a member in the local swimming club. My coach told me, that a swimmer owned a Level I and programmed it in order to play chess. It was unbelievebal for me - a 12 year old lad - that a machine could play chess against a human beeing. I often wished to own a TRS-80, but it was much to expensive. Nowadays i intend to built with an AVR32 and an emulator a simple TRS-80 matchbox-sized clone. When the days are shorter and the nights become longer i think i will get my soldering iron and go for it! Yours, Klaus!
Hello Ira! Thanks for all your effort. Very nice to have all TRS-80 information on a central spot. Keeps me going using my old Model 1.
Thanks so much for the TRS-80 web site. It has so much good information. I loved my TRS-80. I got a Model I with Level 1 Basic and 4K DRAM on my 15th birthday (1980) and upgraded it to Level 2 Basic and 16K the next year. I spent hours entering Basic programs from books and magazines and then tweaking them. What a wonderful way to learn to program.
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