|Title||Radio Shack Tandy TRS-80 Double-Sided Computer Disk Drive|
.01 Computer disk
.01 Large floppy disk--black cover over disk with Radio Shack label and handwritten label; "Tandy 6000, Xenix 03.01.00 Operating Sys, Profile 16 01.01.00, Alumni 06/29/88." 1.2 mg
.02 Gray paper envelope with white strylized keys and "Tandy". The back has a description of how to use (pictorial) and in six languages.
|Object Name||Disk, Magnetic|
|Caption||Radio Shack Tandy TRS-80 Double-Sided Computer Disk Drive|
The Tandy 6000 computer had an internal hard drive and was sold by Radio Shack. Xenix was an early operating system of Unix for microcomputer applications, developed by AT&T in the late 1970s, and it became the most popular system in the 1980s. The disk would be inserted into a disk drive on the side of the computer to boot the computer.
|Number of images||1|
|Organizations||NIH Alumni Association|
|NIH Property #||none|
|Old NIH Property #||none|