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TRS-80 Computers: Model 600

by @ 12:09 pm on March 11, 2009.
TRS-80 Model 600 Page



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Model 600         Model 600



Product Specifications (RSC-17)
Year 1987
Introductory Price $1,599.00
Catalog Number 26-3901
Microprocessor 16-Bit 80C88 CMOS
Clock Speed 3.07 MHz
Memory 160K ROM; 32K RAM expandable to 224K
Keyboard Full-size 73-key typewriter style with embedded 10-key datapad.
Display 80 x 16 Liquid Crystal Display, upper and lower case ASCII Characters, 480 x 128 dot-matrix graphics.
Modem Built-in FCC-registered direct-connect modem with auto-dialer. 300 baud. Originate and answer.
Input/Output Parallel printer interface. RS-232C serial communications interface programmable up to 19,200 baud.
Dimensions 2-3/4 x 12 x 13″
Weight 9.5 Lbs unit, 11 lbs with AC adapter.
Power Supply Operations – Up to 8 hours with 1 hour disk access on built-in rechargable batteries. U.L. listed AC adapter.



Product Description (RSC-17)
Features five resident applications. Multiplan, the popular “second-generation” spreadsheet, can do and show more because of the Tandy 600′s larger display and expanded memory. Word processing is easy using a subset of Microsoft Word. File is an electronic database for names and addresses, expenses, client billing, inventory, and more. With Telecom and the Tandy 600′s built-in modem, you’re able to communicate with other computers over phone lines and access national information networks. Telecom will even dial the phone number of anyone listed in File. Calendar helps you keep track of daily tasks and activities. Weighs 9-1/2 pounds and measures 12 x 13 x 2-3/4″.



Accessories
Product Cat No. Price Description
Tandy 600 Carrying Case 26-3905 $59.95
Tandy 600 96K RAM Upgrade 26-3910 $299.95 Installation recommended.



Links:
Digital Dino’s (Probably the most comprehensive site for the 600).

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