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Lilith workstation. It's basically the Swiss version of a Xerox Alto developed at ETH Zurich. It has a Alto-style bitmapped portrait CRT, an object-orientated GUI operating system with mouse and laser printer support, a LAN interface, and a custom discrete CPU made from the AMD 2901 bit slicing processors.

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@niconiconi the best part about it is that it makes the 5.26" floppy drive look like a 3.5" floppy drive.

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