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Posted on 26-Sep-2003 02:26 GMT by Some Pegasos Guy14 comments
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Genesi is coming to the Hilton Garden Inn in Washington, DC on October 18th to present it's PowerPC based computer platform - the Pegasos! Genesi is coming to the Hilton Garden Inn in Washington, DC on October 18th to present it's PowerPC based computer platform - the Pegasos!

The Pegasos will be the highlight of this event. This is the latest model from Genesi - and supports both G3 and G4 PowerPC processors. The Pegasos is a highly affordable computer system based on the CHRP standard and supports at least seven flavors of Linux including Debian, Mandrake, Gentoo, Yellow Dog and others.

To compliment the Pegasos and provide a complete solution, Genesi has developed MorphOS - a preemptive multitasking operating system. MorphOS combines a modest footprint with scalability, high performance, and amazing ease of use for developers and end users. Its beautifully designed interface and modular object-oriented design offers a modern solution out of the box.

Some operating systems work through emulation including Amiga and Macintosh, and other operating systems such as QNX, OpenBeOS and NewOS are under development already.

You are invited to see our presentations and have actual hands-on experience with the Pegasos system. We'll have many machines available showing you the latest operating systems, applications, networking, Internet solutions and games.

So come to the Hilton Garden Inn convienently located at the McPherson Square Metro Stop (Orange and Blue lines). The event is scheduled from 10am to 4pm on Saturday the 18th of October. We'll see you there!

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