The Olympia Boss was one of the sharper looking computers of 1981. It had a two-tone color scheme with a sloping front of the case and a separate but well-matched monitor.
The People computer was typical of the hybrid CP/M and MS-DOS systems introduced while the world was moving to PC compatibility.
Olympia Boss (1981, desktop)
Base Configuration: 4.9MHz 8085 CPU, Prologue, four expansion slots, 32K RAM (64K max), two 5.25-inch floppy disk drives, monochrome monitor, integral keyboard/keypad, parallel and cassette ports, printer
Video: 25-line x 80-column text, 640 x 300 graphics
Olympia People (1983, desktop)
Base Configuration: 8086 CPU, CP/M-86 and MS-DOS, 128K RAM (512K max), two 5.25-inch floppy disk drives, keyboard/keypad
Video: 25-line x 80-column text, 640 x 475 graphics
Important Options: Concurrent CP/M-86, 10MB hard disk drive, color monitor