Dynalogic Hyperion

From: Sellam Ismail <foo_at_siconic.com>
Date: Fri Aug 16 20:09:00 2002

On Fri, 16 Aug 2002, Fred Cisin (XenoSoft) wrote:

> Corona Data Systems was ONE of about half a dozen that IBM went after in
> one particular infringement fit. They survived long enough to become
> Cordata and make other products. Several of the other recipients of IBM's
> wrath did NOT survive. One of those was a "Hyperion".

Ok, cool.

> [I think that that should have been CoLby?]
> Ah HA! another machine that Sellam doesn't have!
> I think that I saw one a few years ago. You're not going to like

Oh man, I've had to pass up a lot of good stuff that I saw come through
the VCF. First, I am normally way too busy running around to stop and
take a moment to haggle, no matter how juicy. Second, and most
importantly, I would rather the attendees get the good stuff so they want
to come back next year. So no, I don't take advantage of first dibs when
vendors start showing up at the VCF (in case you were wondering, and Fred
can probably confirm this). I've passed up on some exceedingly cool

Like the $2,000 Apple-1, if you haven't heard that rumor ;)

Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer Festival
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