Modular Micros (Lawrence, Kans.)

Telcon Industries originally developed the Zorba, but sold the rights to the system to minicomputer manufacturer Modular Computer Systems (MODCOMP) in 1983. MODCOMP then formed Modular Micros to sell the Zorba. In 1985, a company called Gemini Electronics was selling the Zorba at a heavily discounted price.

Modular Micros Zorba 2000 (1983, transportable)
Original Retail Price: $1,595 to $2,295
Base Configuration: Z80A CPU, CP/M 2.2, 64K RAM (320K max with 8088 coprocessor), 16K ROM, 5.25-inch floppy disk drive, integral 7-inch monochrome CRT, keyboard/keypad, RS-232 and parallel ports, application suite
Size/Weight: 25 lbs.
Important Options: 8088 coprocessor, second 5.25-inch floppy disk drive, 10MB hard disk drive, integral 9-inch monochrome CRT, IEEE-488 interface, modem, printer


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