Tangerine would eventually change its name to Oric Products International and become better known for its Oric line of computers. The Microtan 65 could be considered a predecessor to the Oric 1. It was sold in kit form, and users had to supply their own video display.
Tangerine Microtan 65 (1979, desktop)
Base Configuration: 0.75MHz 6502 CPU, expansion slot, 1K RAM (48K max), 1K ROM (14K max), hex keypad, cassette port, TANBUG monitor in ROM
Video: 16-line x 32-column text, 64 x 64 graphics
Important Options: keyboard/keypad