Mupid was an Austrian videotex terminal that was also a programmable computer. It supported text graphics with custom fonts, pixel and vector graphics with 4096 colours, and telesoftware. More info here, here and here. h/t: Tim Koch
The MUPID was an early home computer like system (1981-1983) designed and invented by Hermann Maurer for the University of Graz to be used as a Bildschirmtext terminal, but it was also capable of being used as a stand alone computer.
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