The Radio Shack TRS-80 Model II is an early desktop computer. It was based on a Z-80 microprocessor running at 4 MHz. Storage was 32K of RAM (upgradeable to 64K) and a built-in 8-inch floppy drive.

I am interested in rescuing old computer equipment before it gets thrown away. If you have any such equipment, or related documentation, please send me an e-mail!

The following item appeared in the September 1980 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine.

It's also interesting to note that by this time (mid-1980) Radio Shack was claiming to have sold more than 150,000 of the earlier, less expensive Model I machines.

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Last updated February 26, 2006