This computer has a lot of fond memories for me. Having grown up very poor, we couldn't afford something like this. My uncle gave us his old one so my mother could do word processing from home. I used it to play games all the time until the floppy drive died. After that, the only thing I could do on it was load up the BASIC cartridge. If I wanted to do anything on the computer, I'd have to program it first, and the moment the computer turned off lose it forever. I would get the computer magazines that had BASIC code all ready to enter in, just so I could play a game. Of course, the code always contained errors, so I learned how to code by fixing them. I was 10 at the time.
Now, I'm in my mid thirties, and shockingly a programmer. I didn't go to college, and barely graduated high school. To this day, I thank that computer for all the success I achieved in life. I'm wholly unemployable otherwise. People say that computer was a dud, but I'll always remember it fondly.
Besides, how cool is it that a computer in the 80s had a wireless (albeit IR) keyboard?