Starting in 1981, Tandy Radio Shack released a number of different hard drives for their popular line of microcomputers. The first one to be released was the 8 MB Hard Disk Drive for the TRS-80 Model II. This unit contained an 8″ Shugart SA1000 hard drive bubble along with an 8×300 based controller board. With the subsequent industry introduction of the smaller 5 1/4″ MFM hard drive bubbles, the next hard drive unit released was the much smaller 5 MB Hard Disk for the TRS-80 Model I and III and a similar 12 MB Hard Disk for the TRS-80 Model II and 16. Future updates included the 15 MB, 35 MB and 70 MB units which were all sold for the Model II/12/16/16B/6000 line of business computers.
This tool will allow you to convert any image accessible via a URL into a BASIC program that can be run on the TRS-80 Model I and III microcomputers. The generated BASIC program should run on any TRS-80 BASIC on the Model I and III, including most if not all emulators, as well as on the Model 4 when running in Model III mode. The images will be displayed in the standard TRS-80 128×48 monochrome resolution.
Breakdown is a game for the TRS-80 Microcomputer. It should run on any TRS-80 Model I, III or 4 with 16K or more of RAM. Breakdown is inspired by the classic video game Breakout and to a lesser degree Tetris. The goal of the game is to score as many points as possible by breaking as many bricks as possible with a bouncing ball while trying to keep the ball in play and avoiding falling bricks.
TRS-Box Serial Beta
You can now use TRS-Box without the need for a MISE or M3SE. All you need is a serial-IP adapter and a RS-232 interface in your floppy or hard disk enabled TRS-80. Many TRS-80s already have an RS-232 interface installed. You can find them on eBay or from TRS-80 specialists if you need to purchase one. Ask here if you need help finding one.
This tool will allow you to convert any image accessible via a URL into a format compatible with the TRS-80 Model III with the Computer Graphics high resolution upgrade option. This format is also used in the Model II Computer Graphics and the Model 4 Computer Graphics packages so these generated images will work on all 3 of these TRS-80 platforms.