Originally designed and sold in Europe as the Lilith in 1980, the Modula Computer took advantage of Niklaus Wirth’s Modula-2 programming language. Wirth created the Pascal language, and Modula-2 was an evolutionary step above Pascal. However, Diser stopped production of the computer within a year of its launch to concentrate on software. Modula Computer Systems continued to sell Lilith computers in the U.S.
Diser Modula Computer (1983, desktop)
Base Configuration: Am2901 CPU, Modula-2, 128K RAM, 2K ROM, 10MB hard disk drive, page-length monochrome monitor, keyboard/keypad, mouse, RS-232 port Video: 832 x 640 graphics
Size/Weight: 30 x 15 x 30 inches