|Personifies||Motorola EXORciser and EXORmacs|
|Hair Color||Clay Creek (#928a66)|
|Eye Color||Ice Cold (#bcf1f5)|
|Affiliation||Retrograde Conglomerate (Member), Motorola (Past Member)|
The EXORciser was a desktop computer built by Motorola with the M6800 ICs that could be used for prototyping and debugging new designs. It is the Motorola equivalent of the Intel MDS development systems and ran MDOS, an operating system that is vastly better than ISIS/CPM that Intel had. The computer used 8" floppy disks.
It can also run OS-9, a real-time process-based, multitasking multi-user operating system developed in the 1980s originally by Microware Systems Corporation for the Motorola 6809 microprocessor.