|[News] An update from Thendic France!||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 05-Nov-2002 21:12 GMT by Alkis Tsapanidis||11 comments|
These was an update on MorphOS-News.de.
We really appreciate being so postively and constructively welcomed|
in the UK this past weekend. The feedback has been helpful and
significant. Our complements to the WOASE Show organizers. We were
very pleased to participate. Great work! Thanks to all of you.
You will be seeing here shortly a statement about what MorphOS is
and what it will be soon and in the future. You will also have
information about the first four Pegasos bundle packages: the
VideoMicrowave, the Developer Suite, the "Pega-shush" and the Games
package. The VideoMicrowave is an evolutionary step ahead
from another "appliance" well-known to this community.
The Development Suite is what you would expect it is for applications
to be developed for the Pegasos, the eclipsis, and the
Pegasos server stack. The Pega-shush is a 24/7 home server that
sits with the other home entertainment equipment with built
in 802.11b network card and the Games package is just a
good deal on some great games. Please watch this site for details.
On 16 November we will be in Poland for another show. See
www.pegasos.pl for details. We will have the same set-up as we did
last weekend, just more machines for everyone to try and test. We
will have a new ISO release just before the Show, so you will see a
few more new things. We will also be showing the Pegasos wireless
camera for the first time with the viewing software
running on an iPaq (just a temporary solution until the
eclipsis prototype is ready).
If all that sounds good and if you think you have seen us do
something yet, just wait for Aachen. Information can be found here:
www.amiga-messe.de. We are moving our Betatester Conference to the
same weekend. If you are a Betatester, you are eligible to attend
at our expense -- please send us an email to let
us know what you can do to advance the platform.
Also, we will be bringing our collection of "old" computers,
including the C16, C116, 8032 and 128 -- plus VIC 20s (UK and
German editions), and the A500, A600, etc. and a lot more (and all working). But, best of all we will have something "new" too. We
will have 50 Pegasos machines ready to be tested by all comers!
Thanks again to the WOASE organizers and get ready Poland, here we come!
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