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TDP-100

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TDP-100

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Name TDP-100
Year 1982
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The Tandy Data Products System 100, or TDP-100, was a Color Computer made by Tandy but marketed by Radio Corporation of America (RCA). The TDP-100 was notable in being marketed outside Tandy's traditional distribution channel of Radio Shack stores; instead being sold by retailers that sold RCA products. Tandy also made some otherwise-standard CoCo software and peripherals that were TDP-branded.

Tandy announced the TDP-100 in July 1982. [1]

Bob Rosen of Spectrum Projects gave the TDP-100 a favorable review in the April 1983 issue of The Color Computer Magazine. Somewhat strangely, he called TDP "Tandy Distributor Products" instead of "Tandy Data Products".


External Links

Tandy Data Products An enthusiast website