At the morphos.net site there is an overview about the new features introduced in MorphOS 1.4.
The Pegasos II will go on sale soon. The first limited production of the Pegasos II will be for 600 units. More information can be found at Amiga.org.
The first meeting of the New York City Pegasos Users Group is scheduled to occured in September. Read on for more information.
This is a review of the recently released version 1.4 of MorphOS running on the Pegasos computer system written by Kelly Samel of Emerald Imaging.
MorphZone reports that MorphOS 1.4 is now available via FTP.
I was watching Giga.de on TV here in Germany this evening and was surprised to see a feature on Pegasos and Morphos (probably to be repeated this weekend). A web article about the feature is available here. I would guess that Giga would be of interest (and probably already well-known) to OSNews readers in Germany. While many of its features are Win- or gaming-oriented, Giga is one of the few TV outlets for features on hardware, overclocking and benchmarking, Linux and, as with the Pegasos article, even more exotic matters.
Magnetic Systems put together seven MorphOS-related mpeg videos, included two MorphOS-specific ones and a Mac-On-Linux one.
The MorphOS/Pegasos Quickstart Guide written by Jürgen Lucas has updated to version 2.5. The guide shows you how to install MorphOS on Pegasos with an empty IDE hard drive. Thanks to Andreas Zierl and Fabrice Lehaut the guide is beside german also available in english and french.
Amiga.org interviewed Bill Buck & Raquel Velasco of Genesi.
Here is a new Pegasos review, also reviewing the MorphOS in addition to the hardware.
A first release of the official MorphOS SDK is immediately available to members of the MDC in the files section. Info here and here.
Genesi has a promotion on Pegasos slashing prices down to 300 euro. A fair price to run MorphOS.
MagneticSystems posted a review and benchmark article of Pegasos and MorphOS.
MorphZone posted a screenshot of the upcoming MorphOS 1.4, revealing an updated MUI look and feel. OSNews featured a review of the Pegasos platform just a few days ago. Update: In other Amiga-related news, Fleecy's 11th week of Q&As is online.
Genesi was very kind to send us in a fully featured Pegasos-based computer with MorphOS and Debian pre-installed. Here is our review with a number of screenshots of the supported OSes. Update: That machine has now being donated to the Computer History Museum in the Bay Area.
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.
Nicholas Blachford from Genesi (also ex-Amiga, ex-BeOS developer) sent us in an announcement regarding the new Pegasos machines, the BeOS connection and the availability of NewOS for Pegasos.
MorphOS-News.de reports that Martin Heine has published some screenshots of MorphOS from CeBIT. For the first time you can now also see screenshots of Win32 Apps running on MorphOS. Bochs on MorphOS/Pegasos (G3 600) needs around 80 seconds to load Windows and around 20 seconds to start Word. Here is also a high res picture of the Pegasos machine. MorphOS-News.de also reports that it was also announced that the ProStationAudio Platinum will be included with MorphOS.
MorphOS-news.de reports: "Emeric SH has pubished a review about his Pegasos with MorphOS. Although it's written completely in Hungarian it looks really nice. Also included are some screenshots of BirdieShoot and Knights&Merchants." If the article is translated to english, we will post a link to this story, as an update. Update: English translation here.