New stuff! Wahoo!

From: Roger Merchberger <>
Date: Mon Jun 19 17:42:21 2000

Rumor has it that John Rollins may have mentioned these words:

>Added about a dozen boxes of Macintosh software and some minor
>hardware items to the collection, as well as a TRS-80 Model 100 with
>some books and a few ROM modules. Seems to be working just fine, but
>the bottom is covered in duct tape to keep some covers from falling
>off. Even got a modem cable!
>Anyone know of any good sites for TRS-80 stuff?

Sure do! Hop over to and say howdy to
prolly the foremost person on the Model 100/102/200 scene, Rick Hanson.
He's one heckuva nice guy, and keeps a lot of TRS-80 stuff in stock, not to
mention most (if not all) of the proggies from his old BBS site on the web,
available for download. (I'm not sure, but I *think* his BBS is still
running, so you can actually still dial to it with your M100, if you like! ;-)

He sells personally refurbished Model 100's & 102's, for a very good price
& warrants them for 90 days. Check out if you want to see pictures of his
refurbishing process - very helpful if you've ever had to split a Model 100.

He also has a lot of help dox available as well... IIRC it's called "The
Whole Enchalada" (sp?)... More info than you can shake a stick at...

Tell him "Merch" sent you...


Also, there's a mailing list devoted to the Model 100/102/200 machines (I
have a 200 myself...) and to sign up, send an empty email here:

and reply to the confirmation message.

I run the list, so if you have any questions, please feel free to email me

Oh, BTW - There's over 160 subscribers to this list, so that shows that the
Model 100 is still alive and kicking over 15 years later... :-) :-)


Hope this helps,
Roger "Merch" Merchberger
Roger "Merch" Merchberger   ---   sysadmin, Iceberg Computers
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Received on Mon Jun 19 2000 - 17:42:21 BST

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