|[Events] Genesi joining exhibitors at OASE||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 24-Oct-2003 07:05 GMT by Martin "Senex" Heine||9 comments|
At the upcoming OASE show in Graz, Austria, Genesi will be represented by their betatester Herbert Klackl. According to Jürgen Schober, two Pegasos I computers with MorphOS will be shown.
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|Comment 1||bennymee||24-Oct-2003 06:12 GMT|
|Comment 2||Darren Eveland||24-Oct-2003 11:52 GMT|
|Comment 3||T_Bone||24-Oct-2003 13:53 GMT|
|Comment 4||Nate Downes||Registered user||24-Oct-2003 14:38 GMT|
|Comment 5||Darren Eveland||24-Oct-2003 14:47 GMT|
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|Posted by Don Cox on 24-Oct-2003 19:23 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (Darren Eveland):|
"Ya, but they should have boards done by now...maybe they are working on getting morphos working on it? I am sure there is some work to be done in that regard."
What would you do? I would make five or ten boards first, then test them very thoroughly before making any more. If a problem comes up (highly likely on new production) it could take a week or two to fix.
Each board made costs money. You can't re-use most of the components, so you don't want to make any more dud boards than you can avoid. Three would be plenty.
The release date originally announced for the Peg II was optimistic, IMO.
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