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Unboxing the TRS-80 Color Computer 2

Grab your rose-tinted glasses and get your data cassettes ready as CNET Australia's Seamus Byrne unboxes the not-so-classic 1980s home computer, the Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer 2.

From the data cassettes to the type-it-yourself software options, the TRS-80 hails from a time when getting your hands on some code was the only option and 64 kilobytes was enough for everybody.

Yes, we've been exploring a few pieces of old tech we've discovered around the CNET Australia offices — and our homes — this summer. Make sure to watch Nic Healey's Nokia N-Gage unboxing, and keep your eyes open for a few more still to come.

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