The Seequa Cameleon was an inflatable personal computer from the early 1980s; he was able to run DOS and CP / M-80 operating systems. It did so by having both Zilog Z-80 and Intel 8088 microprocessors. Although it worked under MS-DOS and approached the hardware capabilities of the IBM PC, it was very compatible with PCs, able to run programs such as Sub Logic Flight Simulator; but has not been a huge success in the market. Seequa Computers was based in Annapolis, Maryland. It was founded by David Gardner (president) and Dave Egli (CEO), one of David’s business professors at the University of Maryland. Seequa competed with Compaq’s first “transportable” computers.