Computers and Electronics
Yoyodyne Propulsion Systems is proud to offer the new model Interocitor Mark IV.
Offering significant upgrades to the 451F model, Mark VI production has been moved to Yoyodyne's Grover's Mills, New Jersey Aerospace facility. The current line of Interocitors continues to incorporate greater advances than hitherto known in the field of electronics. At the same time Yoyodyne engineers, according to production manager John Bigboote, have improved performance they are able to design the Mark VI to incorporate 20% fewer parts than the 2486 required for the 451F with a concomitant improvement in reliability. The most popular production models are still available including those incorporating a planetary generator, a volterator, an astroscope, and (always popular with home makers) the electron sorter. Dr. Cal Meacham, despite the shift of production from his Ryberg facility, maintains a 49% equity stake in all Interocitor models as well as his position as chief scientist in charge of design. Chief of R&D, John Carefulwalker, references benchmark rates of four lane road construction in the 30 to 45 second/mile range verses two to three minutes for the 451F. If you have been thinking of adding an Interocitor to you defense, communications, or energy management systems: If you have reached the limits of your 451F's capabilities and are looking for an upgrade: If you have some spare room in your garage or shop:
It is time to experience life with a Yoyodyne Propulsion Systems Interocitor Mark VI.