This company changed names more often than some people change socks. At least the Hyperion portable kept its name through it all. The system changed cosmetically during its production run; some have beige cases and others are gray with minor differences on the front panels. The Hyperion was one of the first luggable PC-compatible systems, and Bytec-Comterm was one of the first system vendors to endorse Microsoft Windows in 1983.
Dynalogic Info-Tech Hyperion (1983, transportable PC)
Original Retail Price: $3,195 to $3,690
Base Configuration: 4.77MHz 8088 CPU, MS-DOS, 256K RAM, 8K ROM, 5.25-inch floppy disk drive, integral 7-inch monochrome CRT, keyboard/keypad, RS-232C and parallel ports, BASIC, Aladin database software, internal modem
Video: 25-line x 80-column text, 640 x 250 graphics
Size/Weight: 8.8 x 18.3 x 11.3 inches, 18 lbs.
Important Options: expansion chassis, 10MB hard disk drive, phone-management system, carrying case