Lobo made a name for itself by selling floppy and hard disk units for Apple and Tandy systems. It also sold its own version of CP/M called Lobo CP/M, and later developed LDOS (Lobo DOS), a TRSDOS-compatible operating system. By late 1983, Lobo had sold about 2,000 Max-80s.
Lobo Systems Max-80 (desktop)
Original Retail Price: $820
Base Configuration: 5MHz Z80B CPU, CP/M, 64K RAM (128K max), keyboard/keypad, two RS-232 and one parallel port
Video: 25-line x 80-column text
Important Options: LDOS, external dual 5.25- or 8-inch floppy disk drives, 5- or 8MB hard disk drive, 12-inch monochrome monitor