Inside a Classic: The TRS-80 Model 100

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<h2>Ports Galore</h2> <br> Here you can see a 25-pin RS-232 serial port and a Centronics printer port. The port labeled "phone" is where users hooked up a special cable to interface with the internal modem. To the right of that is a cassette tape interface. You'd plug in an everyday tape recorder and record your data on the cassette. External disk drives were available for the 100, but not common. <br> Peeking in from the left is the reset button, which the user needs from time to time due to a few pesky bugs in the ROM code, reminding us that even non-Windows systems can crash.

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