Talk:Hyperion (computer)

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I agree that these articles should be merged but keep in mind the Hyperion 3032 is not the Hyperion. Eric des courtis 18 October 2005

I have found no evidence that the Hyperion 3032 is a different machine, and have merged that article into this one. --Blainster 20:30, 11 February 2006 (UTC)

Does any one have information or citation for the article's bit about H-DOS? I'm having difficulty finding evidence of this, or any info about H-DOS at all. Walker222 (talk) 16:22, 19 September 2008 (UTC)

I had a Hyperion, and I also found a citation here: http://oldcomputers.net/hyperion.html It had it's own custom-made DOS-like operating system, and it called it "PC-DOS 1.25H". No idea where the author got "H-DOS" from, maybe just a personal colloquialism of the version "h". Me and my dad always just called it "PC-DOS". - moeburn (talk) 17:23, 10 June 2013 (UTC)