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If someone with Wiki experience wants to find an appropriate template for this, please do so. Ideally this would be a timeline of significant events in CoCo history, including introduction of various models and peripherals. It would also be nice to list specific new discoveries (like when the CoCo 3 prototype was first displayed in public, or when the GLOOM demo or Donkey Kong port came out).
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
- Color Logo released in disk and "Program Pak" version
- Sound/Speech Cartridge announced with a price tag of $99.95
- Appliance/Light Controller announced with a price tag of $99.95
- Koala Touch Pad announced with a price tag of $59.95
- TRS-80 Electronic Book announced with a price tag of $24.95
- CoCo 3 released.
- First CoCoPro sponsored Atlanta CoCoFest
- First (and only) CoCoPro sponsored Chicago CoCoFEST!
- Middle America Fest in Des Moines, Iowa.
- Glenside CoCo Club takes over the Chicago CoCoFEST!
- Last Atlanta CoCoFest.
- Ron Bull hosts firt Pennsylvania CoCoFest (1997-2000).
- 20th Anniversary of original TRS-80 Color Computer.
- 25th Anniversary of original TRS-80 Color Computer.
- Roger Taylor's Bluetooth wireless RS232 pak released.
- 30th Anniversary of original TRS-80 Color Comptuer.
- John Linville's full motion video player shown on CoCo 3 at Chicago CoCoFEST!
- DriveWire 4 beta shown with internet support.
- 25th Anniversary of the Tandy Color Computer 3?
- Rasperry Pi released. While not a CoCo item, this $25 Linux machine is useable as a DriveWire server and can even run a CoCo emulator.
- March - CoCo-X project announced via Kickstarter project.