Radio Shack Color Computer 2
Color Computer 2
The Color Computer (CoCo) 2 was introduced in 1983, and was the successor to the original CoCo of 1980.
It used a 6809 processor, and had built-in Microsoft BASIC. There were 16K and 64K versions available, and could display 9 colors at once!
It began as a joint-venture with Motorola to produce a low-cost home Videotex terminal.