Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 21st May 2007 14:20 UTC
Morphos The Efika motherboard is now available for the promised pricetag of USD 99. On top of that, MorphOS 1.5 2.0 is apparently on its way, and it will support hardware accelerated transparent windows, among other things. Screenshots and pictures can be found at MorphZone. As promised, MorphOS 2.0 will run on the Efika.
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looks good here...
by Rasmus on Mon 21st May 2007 22:05 UTC
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Member since:
2005-11-12
RE: looks good here...
by poundsmack on Tue 22nd May 2007 00:06 in reply to "looks good here..."
poundsmack Member since:
2005-07-13

the demo is running QNX. and its nice to see the game whipeout i loved that game

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RE[2]: looks good here...
by Rasmus on Tue 22nd May 2007 01:36 in reply to "RE: looks good here..."
Rasmus Member since:
2005-11-12

The demo is running what the page says...

Start
Simple browser example
Linux-based
diskless

0:25
OpenGL samples
Full hardware 3D acceleration
Linux-based (kernel 2.6.19.2)
diskless (10MB)

1:07
QNX 6.3
Various precompiled QNX application

2:12
DVD-resolution video
Audio Playback
MorphOS

2:32
Wipeout 2097
Full hardware 3D acceleration
MorphOS

3:10
Small educational game
Linux based
diskless (9.7MB)
3:33
Multiplayer Pacman clone
Linux based
diskless (7.1MB)

3:48
KDE 3.5 Linux Desktop
Webcam
OpenGL Samples

Hardware:
Efika 5200 (MPC5200B/400Mhz, 128MB Memory)
Radeon 7000 PCI
USB keyboard and mouse

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