Modula Computer Systems (Provo, Utah)

One of the more intriguing computers ever made, the Lilith was designed around the Modula-2 programming language. Its architecture was unique and optimized for software development. The Diser Modula Computer was based on the Lilith design.

Modula Computer Systems Lilith 2.1 (1980, desktop)
Original Retail Price: $8,000
Base Configuration: Am2901 CPU, Medos-2, 256K RAM (512K max), 5.25-inch floppy disk drive, 15MB hard disk drive, 12-inch monochrome monitor, keyboard/keypad, mouse, Modula-2 compiler, debugger, editor, Lara document processor, graphics software, hardware and software manuals
Video: 768 x 592 graphics
Size/Weight: 15.5 x 15 x 14.5 inches
Important Options: graphics upgrade, laser printer, hardwood cabinet

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