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TRS-80 Model 16B

TRS-80 Model 16B

Speed8 MHz
Memory128 KB

What's this?

Tandy/Radio Shack


Release Date: 1/1/1983
Manufacturer: Tandy/Radio Shack
Donated By: Graham Schram
The Model 16B is an evolution of the TRS-80 Model II. It is a large cabinet which holds the computer, the monitor and a single sided full height Shugart 8 inch drive, which used single sided floppies with a capacity of 500K. (That was an enormous amount compared to the ~87K that was free on a Model I TRSDOS system disk.)

The system includes two CPU's - a Z80 for compatibility with the Model II, and a 68000. This allowed it to run Xenix, a form of Unix.

User Comments
JF on Saturday, May 5, 2018
My TSR-80 16B has 1meg RAM and a 15Meg MFM Hard Drive.
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