In checking through the TRS-80 Model I computers, I
different catalog numbers, 26-1001 and 26-1006. I also noticed that one
of the 26-001 computer has a sticker saying "Note - This unit has the
lower case modification kit installed (Cat. No. 26-1104.) Since most of
these machines have been previously owned by early computer users,
needless to say most have been modified in one way or another. Anyone
know the differences between the different catalog numbers? Thanks.
Looking through the October 1978 copy of Personal Computer World, the
26-1001 was the 4k Model 1 Level 1. The catalogue numbers go as follows,
cost includes a B/W monitor and tape deck:
26-1001 - 4K ROM 4K RAM Costs 499.00 UK Pounds
26-1004 - 12K ROM 4K RAM Costs 578.00 UK Pounds
26-1003 - 4K ROM 16K RAM Costs 728.00 UK Pounds
26-1006 - 12K ROM 16K RAM Costs 807.00 UK Pounds
Hope this is of some help to you.
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