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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.

1984-1994

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Operating Systems:

EKS Vortex (Others) | ViraOS (Others)


Hardware:
EKS Sky | EKS Flex | EKS Fusion | EKS CommPad | EKS SkyTablet | EKS Personal Unit | EKS WorkStation Unit | EKS Vexnix | EKS SmallTop | ViraPC | ViraStation | ViraPhone | ViraPad | ViraTop | ViraServe | ViraTouch | ViraWatch | MeloTune (MeloTune Classic | MeloTune Digital | MeloTune Pocket | MeloTune USB | MeloTune HD | ViraPhone with MeloTune)


Music:
MeloTune | MeloStream | MeloTune+


Services:
EKS Office (EKS Writer | EKS Presentation | EKS Spreadsheet | EKS Database | EKS Notebook) | EKS PhotoLife | EKS MovieLife | EKS Illustration | EKS WebMark | EKS Animation | EKS PageDesk | EKS Premiere | EKS Cloud | EKS Server


Gaming & Entertainment:
EKSN | EKS Music | EKS Lifestyle | EKS Studios | EKS Entertainment | EKS Game Publishing | nMedia | nStore


Consoles: GameVision (GameVision 1 | GameVision 2) | EKS Ranger (EKS Ranger | EKS Ranger II | EKS Ranger 300 | EKS Ranger 400 | EKS Ranger 500) | RangerVR


Handhelds: PocketRanger | PocketRanger 32 | PocektRanger HD | PocketRanger 400 | PocketRanger 500


Other:
Solgaleo | KTML | Vira3D | VLX


Defunct:
EK-DOS | Netspace (Netspace Communicator | Netspace Navigator) | Ex-Com | EKS TeleCom | EKSN NewsGroup | EKSN Gadgets


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