Coco 2

Coco 2 ( Model Number: 26-3027 ) - 01
The TRS 80 Color Computer 2 (coco2) replaced the Color Computer "Model 1"
in 1983. 
It has the same characteristics than the Model 1 but has a better keyboard
and a more integrated circuitry. 

There were several models of the Coco2, some with only 8k ROM (Color Basic)
called Standard Color Computer 2, and others with 16k ROM
(Extended Color Basic) called the Extended Color Computer 2. 
Some later models differ also in RAM capacity (16k, 32k or 64k). 

It was replaced with the TRS-80 color model III in 1986. 


Manufacturer Tandy Radio Shack Name Coco 2
Type Homecomputer Origine USA
Introduction Date 1983 End of production ???
Built in Language ??? Keyboard Full-stroke keyboard
CPU Motorola 6809 E Speed 0,89 Mhz (1,8 Mhz by programming the clock generator)
Coprocessor ??? Amount of Ram 16k, 32k and 64k, depending on models
Vram ??? Rom 8Kb (Color Basic), but later models had 16Kb (Extended Color Basic)
Text Modes 32 x 16, 16 x 16, 16 x 8 Graphic Modes 256 x 192 (2 colors), 128 x 192 (2 and 4 colors), 128 x 96 (4 and 2 colors), 32 x 64 (8 colors)
Colors 9 Sound 1 voice (6-bit DAC)
Size / Weight Depending on models Built in Media None
I/O Ports Expansion/Cartridge connector, two analog joystick connectors, cassette interface (1500 bauds), RS232 serial port, TV RF connector OS OS9 with disk-drives
Power Supply Internal Introduction Price 16k standard model: $159.95(USA, 84); 16k extended model: $199.95(USA, 84); 64k extended model: $259.95(USA, 84)
Sold ??? Serial Number ???
Other Extras manuals, printer, two joysticks, cassettes, game cartridges Bought Where Assenede
Bought When March 05, 2002 Condition Good
Price Paid 24 Specs of my Model ???
Setup Today ???

Front view Back view

Serial Number

Coco 2-01:

When I bought the C64 C in Assenede (05/03/2002) the guy also sold me
a Tandy TRS 80 (he wanted to give it away but I paid him 24 for it).

It came with some manuals, a printer, two joysticks, cassettes and some
game cartridges.