Kilokahn boasts processing speed of 400 megahertz.
More or less the whole show basically. The series made considerable use of floppy disks for important information.
Unintentional Period Piece: See Technology Marches On. Anything that involves real-world computers is going to run right into this. Even though the computer is turned into a supercomputer by the Servo program, everything we see onscreen still looks pretty darn primitive when it isn't digital world battle footage. Also, Sydney's outfits, especially her Blossom-style hats, are vintage-early 1990s and look positively quaint by today's standards. And the hairstyles looked outdated five years later; we were on the tail end of '80s Hair.
What Could Have Been: As mentioned under Heroic Sacrifice in the main article, the original ending for Kilokhan Comes To Town (meant to be the Grand Finale before they found out they weren't getting canceled) was to replicate the Gridman finale where the main character dies, and one of the villains makes a Heel-Face Turn to set up becoming the new hero of the show.
More seasons were planned after the initial uncancelling, but were scrapped when the discussions for Gridman Sigma in Japan fell through (no material to adapt = no further seasons).