I've not watched the show so I may not be able to judge rightly here
The irony is that the premise of the show is the story of the computer age we live in, from a second-stringer computer company in Texas, starting in 1983. Which is a brilliant idea, really, because how many times do people have to rehash the stories of Gates, Jobs and Wozniak for us? But anyhow, by this point in the second season, they're starting to talk about BBS-like systems, hacking, all sorts of things, since we're now in 1985. They generally get the "feel" right but some people are sticklers for detail, especially considering the subject matter. So it's ironic that, having spent all this time on details, the look of the shag carpeting and avocado refrigerators and whatnot, and the computer technology, but not the LOAD command details on the Commodore 64 - and so on. All the computer stuff though is merely what sets the corporate intrigue and personal drama in motion though - it's really more about that. "Mad Men with Computers" as someone said. It really is a decent show.
"I see a little silhouette-o of a man, Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you
do the Fandango!" - Queen