Ex-Com was an El Kadsreian computer, special effects and software company founded in 1984 by EKS co-founder Eddie Asahi, based in El Kadsre City, El Kadsre, that developed and manufactured a series of computer workstations intended for the higher education and business market.


Ex-Com was founded by Eddie Asahi and a few workers in 1984 after he left EKSoft and he feared that EKSoft would be sued by Theorysonic over the Vortex System, the clone of TS-OS 6, although EKSoft and Theorysonic are partners at the time.

In 1986, Ex-Com released their first computer, called the Excube. The Excube was a moderate success, likely because of its grayscale display and the launch price of $5000 ($12,746 in 2016 dollars)


Influence on the computer industry

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