joska wrote:There are other accelerators with faster CPU's (020 and 030), I have no real experience with them. However, it's clear that compatibility suffers compared to a 68000 accelerator, unless there's a possibility to fall back to the original CPU. No problem if you don't play games though. If you're a "serious" user then these types of accelerators are probably the best choice. The Vampire - if it ever arrives for an Atari - would fall into this category.
tuxie wrote:Again!!! We are working on it !!!!
Tuxie, the international Atari users have tomatoes on theyr eyes, they have beans in their ears, but they have big mouth in not believing that it happens. Unfortunatelly, since the announcement of Apollo team to do it and requesting help to assist it to get it working, here in the forum they (and myself) have been mocked. We lost a year. We lost a year. We lost a year.
Stay tuned. http://www.apollo-core.com/knowledge.php?b=6¬e=13491
I told you so. We could have had it already since a year ago. We lost a year. We lost a year because of skeptic mocking by you guys.
Thanks to Tuxie and Gaga to assist them (Apollo team) with their knowhow! You are the heroes. Soon we will see it alive.
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