Sitenotice: 11/29/2018: The wiki is back. It turns out, some anti-virus product on my web server had an issue with the latest version of PHP. My server techs have resolved this issue, and things should be working again. During the investigation, I did restore to a backup from September. There is a chance that any changes done since then were lost, but I do not recall any edits. --OS-9 Al

8/30/2016: Massive re-work is being done on the InfoBox Templates. Read that page to keep up with the plan for that, and adding better keyword tags (categories) to all the pages. --OS-9 Al (talk) 15:28, 31 August 2016 (CDT)

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  • ...able in 1984 it only allowed data storage over a cassette interface, Radio Shack offered a 16kRAM expansion interface and a thermal printer for the MC-10 bu ...Ms&list=UUUNnR_lRiYQ81-E0pWSDScA&index=1&feature=plcp You Tube Tandy/Radio Shack MC10 Disk Drive]
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  • * [[TRS-80 Color Computer Book]] Radio Shack, Home Computer, Motorola 6809, Zilog Z80, Commodore Vic-20, Commodore 64, A * [[CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer]] ([[2013]]) [[Bill Loguidice]] [[Boisy Pitre]]
    9 KB (1,110 words) - 11:01, 16 March 2019
  • *[[Multi-Pak|Tandy Multipak (26-3024)]] *[[Multi-Pak|Tandy Multipak (26-3124)]]
    5 KB (591 words) - 20:20, 28 May 2017
  • ...pak, disk, tape) and by machine type (CoCo 1/2, CoCo 3)? The first "Radio Shack Software" section is just a style proposal. Either run with it, or we can | [[7 Card Stud]] || || Intelligent Software / Tandy || 1984 || || || || Rompack || Game || DECB || 26-3074 ||
    117 KB (13,680 words) - 06:12, 17 March 2019
  • ...teenager, [[Terry Todd]]. They spent time playing a King's Quest game on a Tandy 1000 computer, with Terry operating the joystick while Allen did the typing
    7 KB (1,144 words) - 14:34, 31 August 2016
  • CoCo is the nickname given to the Radio Shack TRS-80 '''Co'''lor '''Co'''mputer. *[http://coco3.com/ The TRS-80.Tandy Color Computer Supersite] - No longer active and full of SPAM, but use the
    5 KB (794 words) - 14:41, 24 February 2016
  • | publisher = Radio Shack/Tandy
    680 bytes (98 words) - 22:46, 11 March 2019
  • | infosource = 1986 Radio Shack catalog {{Tags | Two Button | Radio Shack}}
    8 KB (1,237 words) - 14:22, 17 March 2019
  • A good starting point might be old Radio Shack catalogs, noting what items were announced each year. * Radio Shack releases the TRS-80 Color Computer
    2 KB (262 words) - 08:40, 2 April 2013
  • ==Fertilizing the Egg: Tandy Contemplates a "CoCo 3"== ...he Color Computer 3 began in earnest. It would eventually arrive in Radio Shack stores in August of 1986 and become a worthy competitor in the home compute
    11 KB (1,960 words) - 01:20, 27 December 2012
  • ...refers to a family of Motorola 6809-based personal computers made by Radio Shack and produced from 1981 (CoCo 1) until 1990 (CoCo 3). Each CoCo comes with a ...e to generate true lowercase letters (NOTE: later model CoCo 2s that said "Tandy" instead of TRS-80 had the lowercase) instead of "reverse video". Besides
    41 KB (6,142 words) - 21:20, 29 March 2018
  • The [[RadioShack|Radio Shack]] '''TRS-80 color computer''' (also called '''Tandy Color Computer''', or '''CoCo''') was a [[Home Computers|home computer]] ba ...Co by its users, started out as a joint venture between Fort Worth based [[Tandy Corporation]] and (then) Austin based [[Motorola]] Semiconductor, Inc. to d
    46 KB (7,674 words) - 18:25, 25 April 2008
  • [[Program Pak]] was Tandy/Radio Shack's name for its format of software cartridges designed for the CoCo's expans ...soles such as the Atari 2600 and similar competitors, and while most Radio Shack CoCo video games were also on Program Paks, other, non-gaming software was
    912 bytes (141 words) - 12:46, 27 June 2006
  • ...hack CoCo joystick''' was the standard joystick sold for the CoCo by Radio Shack. Nearly all CoCo games and other applications were compatible with it. *'''[[Tandy Hi-Res Joystick Adapter]]'''
    2 KB (342 words) - 15:43, 14 April 2017
  • Publisher: Radio Shack/Tandy Radio Shack
    692 bytes (99 words) - 16:40, 10 September 2015
  • *Tandy's New ORCHESTRA-90/CC *Available through all Radio Shack stores and Computer Centers.
    15 KB (2,431 words) - 09:13, 12 October 2012
  • * [[The Last Ninja]] - An OS-9-based game announced in a Radio Shack catalog but never completed. * Carl England's Printer-Scanner - this gadget attached to a Tandy DMP 100 printer and turned it in to a scanner. A prototype was shown off at
    875 bytes (143 words) - 20:49, 21 April 2008
  • ...ED AGAIN ... The Color Computer finally outstrips the venerable Model I in Tandy remakes. There are now NINE VERSIONS ... CoCol-C, D, E, NC; TDP—100; ...OK FOR COCO REVISION #10 to hit the stores. Now, what about 256K MEMORIES, Tandy?
    10 KB (1,619 words) - 15:07, 15 February 2009
  • <p>Tandy/Radio Shack Corporation
    7 KB (1,112 words) - 15:07, 15 February 2009
  • ...y figures to spend $5 more for every 64K upgrade on the new machines. Does Tandy believe that the Christmas KoKos will GET TOSSED IN THE CLOSET after a whil ...so-called &#39;09, at first victim of fits and starts, may be in the Radio Shack stores BEFORE MID&mdash;YEAR 1985. It is almost sure to have a 6809E proces
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  • <p> In September of 1980 Radio Shack introduced the 4K Color Computer for $399. Computers that followed were the ...tions, must have more than the 32 by 16 screen and 64K memory supported by Tandy.
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