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May 1, 2021

[Answer] To cut costs, the first home computers didn’t have the ability to what?

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...The first home computers were extremely expensive. To cut costs, developers decided that lowercase letters were unnecessary on the TRS-80, the most popular personal computer at the time. The Tandy Corporation sold these PCs in the 1970s for around $399 at their Radio Shack stores, ushering in the era of at-home computing.




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Type lowercase letters:


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