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Hardware News   Hardware News : GFX-BASE: Review of the Pegasos
   posted by Anonymous on 4-May-2003 10:36:01 (1645 reads)
At GFX-BASE a short review by Stefan Blixth of the Pegasos (BetaTester-II) and MorphOS has been released. He also provided GFX-BASE with some exclusive photos taken by Anders Ericsson at the AmiGBG-show that was held in Gothenburg, Sweden.
    

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herewegoagain 
Re: GFX-BASE: Review of the Pegasos
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Nice review.

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I would like to see a close up picture of the board & not in a tower.


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@ Alkemyst

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I would like to see a close up picture of the board & not in a tower.


Take a look here.

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nice piccie.


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And there was me thingking the Peg2 was a whole new mobo.

What are the differences again ?


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And there was me thingking the Peg2 was a whole new mobo


It is going to be a whole new mobo. That is a pic of the Peg1.

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Not a bad system all round. If in the unlikely event I don't go for an A1 it would be a choice between a Peg or a Linux box on x86 arhitecture.

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Good review.
I'll hopefully be able to provide one myself, once my board arrives.

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If in the unlikely event I don't go for an A1 it would be a choice between a Peg or a Linux box on x86 arhitecture.


As someone who is awaiting delivery of both an A1 and a peg, I'd say, if it has to be choice between a peg or x86, get the peg.
But then I am biased.


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