Tandy was one of three companies (along with Commodore International and Apple) that started the personal computer revolution in 1977 by introducing complete pre-assembled microcomputers instead of a kit. Their TRS-80 (1977) and TRS-80 Color Computer ("CoCo") (1980) line of home computers were popular in the years before the IBM PC became commonplace, and had wide distribution in Radio Shack stores at a time when there were few computer stores.
This Gildan long-sleeved shirt is a fashion must-have. Add this wardrobe essential to your collection, and have a great to-go option for a casual look.
• 100% cotton • Classic fit with long sleeves and rib cuffs • Pre-shrunk jersey knit • Seamless double-needle 7⁄8'' (2.2 cm) collar • Double-needle bottom hem • Taped neck and shoulders • Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the middle