The Micromind was ahead of its time. It had an interconnect bus that allowed the use of up to 15 processors working in parallel on the same system. A separate display processor handled graphics and text, and memory was expandable to 64MB at a time when 64K was considered more than most people would ever need. Some sources indicate that a Micromind II was built, but little information exists on it.
ECD MicroMind (1977, early micro)
Original Retail Price: $988
Base Configuration: 6500A CPU, 8K RAM (64MB max), cassette interface, keyboard, notsoBASIC, two games, word processor, assembler, debugger, power supply, enclosure