Mexico (per label on outside of original packaging)
1 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 8 in.
The Tandy 2000 was based on the 80186 CPU, a member of Intel's popular "x86" family. It was sold nationwide via Radio Shack stores and Computer Centers and ran the MS-DOS operating system. Original purchase documentation in Accession Folder. 80186-based PC. Also, assorted software included in box "X1576.98 A,B,F,G" and box "X1576.98 C." Titles: BASIC, The Home Accountant Plus, MS-DOS, Multimate, Deskmate, SuperCalc. Printer manual located in Object File. -- JAC 1/15/2002. This item comprises seven (7) items packed in original shipping box: A: CPU B: Keyboard C: Monitor D: Printer (dot matrix) E: Slipcover for printer (D) F: Slipcover for CPU + Monitor G: Monitor cable