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From: Ward Griffiths and/or Lisa Rogers <>
Date: Fri May 2 13:47:49 1997

On Fri, 2 May 1997, Scott Walde wrote:

> >No. The Tandy 2000 never had a TRS-80 logo. The 4D was the last
> >TRS-80 much later on. All of the MS-DOS machines were Tandy, not
> >TRS-80.
> Lies, Lies, it's all lies. The 2000 is in fact labelled TRS-80 Model
> 2000.
> TANDY (Silver on Black)
> TRS-80 (Black on Silver)
> MODEL (The rest is Silver on Black)
> 2000 HD

OK, you're right, now that I've had time to think. It was the first
machine to have the Tandy name instead of the Radio Shack name. Mine
was left with my (now ex) wife in California, so I can't see it. And
there's been a lot of water under the bridge (and brain cells killed)
since I spent that much time with them. My Tandy 2000 (non-HD) spent
most of its time as a terminal to my Model 16 or a 3B1 and the rest of
its time as a 512k print buffer and serial/parallel converter for the
3B1, the 16, the 4p, the Mod 1 and the Color Computer, since my only
printer in those days was an ancient MX-80 with a bootleg Graftrax
Ward Griffiths
"America is at that awkward stage.  It's too late to work within 
the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." --Claire Wolfe
Received on Fri May 02 1997 - 13:47:49 BST

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