Take it from Isaac. Now you can save $100 on any TRS-80 Color Computer.
Let's see. Texas-Instruments had Bill Cosby, Commodore had William Shatner, and Atari had Alan Alda. But did you know that Tandy-Radio Shack's computer spokesperson in the early 1980s was science fiction author Isaac Asimov? I've seen a number of TRS-80 ads featuring him, and he always looks way too happy. But that was his job. And I've always loved Asimov's sideburns. It's like I've always said: nothing sells a home computer like a hairy man with a joystick. Take that, Commodore.
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