Included is a TRS-80 Model I bootable floppy diskette that was formatted and written to on this drive when it was connected to a TRS-80 Model I for testing. It is a copy from an original TRSDOS 2.3 diskette.
This is the case for a Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 64K Color Computer 2. Has less of the yellowing than many of these do. Includes the four screws that hold the two halves of the case together. Does not inlcude the rubber feet on the bottom of the case.
1985 FULL YEAR of "HOT CoCo Magazine" - The Magazine for TRS-80 Color Computer, MC-10. These issues have no tears, missing pages and the covers are clean, intact and secure. A competitor to the Rainbow Magazine for Color Computers.
This is the 1.1 revision of the M3SE device. It is functionally identical to M3SE 1.0, but now sports a stealthy appearance with black solder mask and mitered corners. It is still built and sold by the one and only place where you can get anything like this: Bartlett Labs.
This is the new 1.2 version of MISE. Here'sa video of MISE in action. There's alsoa demonstration of using MISE without an Expansion Interface. LDOS-5.3.1 pre-loaded on the hard drives with "year 2012" patches.The MISE system is self-booting:there is no need for a boot floppy or Level II ROM modifications.
FreHD (pronounced Fred, the "H" is silent) - hard drive emulator for the TRS-80 Model III/4/4P/4D, this great little device emulates a TRS-80 hard drive, and uses an SD card for storage. To use it just plug FreHD into the TRS-80 and power, and boot the TRS-80 with the supplied 5.25" boot disk.
Improved Grafyx 5.1(.1) high-resolution graphics board for the TRS-80 Model 4P Portable Computer (26-1080), and Model 4P Gate-Array Portable Computer (26-1080A). This is a new product based on the old GX 5.1 hi-res graphics board which has not been available since the late 1980s.
Improved Grafyx 4.2(.1) high-resolution graphics board for the TRS-80 Model 4 (26-1067,1068,1069), Model 4 Gate-Array (26-1068A and 26-1069A), and Tandy TRS-80 Model 4D (26-1070). This is a new product based on the old GX 4.2 hi-res graphics board which has not been available since the late 1980s.
NOTE: these photos show the 1.0 version of the MIRE; the 1.1 version for sale here is very slightly different in appearance. It has these features Emulated floppies on Secure Digital(SD). Includes a full-featured TRS-80 application for manipulating files and mounting DMK files as floppies.
This new Double Density adapter is a modern update of the old Percom Doubler which has not been available new since 1983. This new design uses fewer components but its made from all new parts. A disk drive.
Improved design based on the old Deluxe RS232 Program Pak which has not been available since the 1980s. If your RS232 program pak is busted don't waste your money buying a 2nd hand untested one. This is the one you want!
Initially, we planned to only have a breadboard, but we decided it might be handy to also have an EEPROM chip present to run code for your custom hardware. In a future revision, we might tie a line from the EEPROM to the Commodore bus if needed to program the IC directly with a custom program.
I did remove the cover and it is very clean insude. These are scarce drives. Box is still solid but does show age related wear. Drive show little if any yellowing. Its been in my possession for 12 years.
FreHD can be used on other TRS-80 models. NO NEED to buy separate, different devices for your Model I and 4, for example. Just unplug FreHD from your Model I, plug it into your Model 4 and keep working.
The card was made in the United States by STB Sytems for Tandy. This one has Tandy's catalog number 25-3046 written on it. A Tandy catalog from 1986 calls this their: "Deluxe Text Display Adapter. Obscure 1985 STB video card for adding high resolution text on Tandy CGA monitors.
Has a parallel printer port which utilises the TRS-80 Model 100 printer cable. Compatible with the Coco 1 and 2 (and the Coco 3 using the standard RS-DOS). Who is it for?. In the future Coco 3 support will be added including parallel port driver.
RS232C Serial kit for the TRS-80 Model I designed and improved by Prof-80. This is an improved version of the Radio Shack RS232 board which has not been available since 1984. Installs inside the Expansion Interface and allows connection to serial devices like modems, serial printers, and other PCs via null modem adaptor (null modem adaptor not included).
If for any reason a product is not one hundred percent functional, all discrepancies will clearly be outlined. I try my best to give an unbiased and honest opinion of the item being listed. The pictures are of the actual item you are buying.
This listing is for a Tandy Handheld Trackball (Cat. No. 25-2003) This is brand new, but the box is not factory sealed! I offer a 30 Day Warranty as long as it returns in the same condition. Actual item pictured is the only you will receive. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET! Please refer to photos for actual condition. THIS IS 100%25 Authentic Tandy GUARANTEED!!.
Developed by J.A.Quinn in New Zealand, the FreHD Mini-Expansion Interface, or "Quinnterface" connects to your plain unmodified TRS-80 Model I with 16K and Level II Basic (which is most of them). Auto-booting of your FreHD without modifying the TRS-80 keyboard unit: a Pic processor emulates the floppy boot routine.
Upgrades your computer to lowercase characters with 3-line descenders. THIS IS THE MORE INVOLVED KIT FOR 3-LINE DESCENDERS. IT REQUIRES MORE TRACE CUTTING AND SOLDERING THAN THE SIMPLER RS-STYLE UPGRADE.