The Zorba was a portable microcomputer designed to compete with the likes of the popular 1981
Osborne 1 and 1982 Kaypro II portable computer systems.
November of 1982,
the Zorba was originally manufactured and sold by Telcon. It was later sold and distributed by ModComp, and eventually sold-off to surplus company Gemini,
who sold them for $799 per system.
Two versions of the Zorba were created - the original with the 7-inch CRT on the left, and a later version with a larger 9-inch CRT on the right.
As one of the last CP/M computers on the market, the Zorba was mostly too late to the party, as CP/M was going out of style in favor of MS-DOS
and the new Compaq Portable computer, which runs MS-DOS of course.
There is a review of the Zorba portable computer in the June 6, 1983 issue of