TRS-80 Model 16 - TRSDOS and XENIX Demo
(Funnily enough I recognize all of this, even though I've never run XENIX).
@craigmaloney ah, I remember reading 80-Micro back in the day and being amazed by this nigh unaffordable powerhouse of 32-bits, as I poked along on my 8-bit Model III
@rafial @craigmaloney Our first computer was a TRS-80 CoCo, complete with a tape drive, as well as two 5-1/4" floppy drives usable via the Extended Basic ROM cartridge.
It was also the first computer we learned to program -- at around 6-8 years old or so.
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