I can' t tell it right now. We will make a public announcement as soon as all questions are cleared.warp12 wrote:When is the next series going to be available?
Dal wrote:Bugs?!? What bugs?
AtariSociety wrote:Dal wrote:Bugs?!? What bugs?
Don't know but that is why I ask.
I am guessing after some time using these boards, maybe some things were found and tweeks are to be made.
Or is this firebee board perfect as is?
There will for sure be no redesign. But of course there are some posibilities to improve the board slightly. But exactly that is one of the opened questions. Its not decided what will be changed.AtariSociety wrote:Does anyone know if this new board for 2015 will be the same exact board or minor bugs or adjustments made and it be a newer Rev board?
Faucon2001 wrote:Regarding network, the Firebee is equipped with a 100 Mbits network card and can't achieve more than 16 Mbits/s (see benchmarks I posted months ago). I know that's bigger than what can be achieved on any real Atari machine, but it's slow compared to the potential of the interface.
jfl wrote:mfro wrote:CompactFlash access IS slow and that's probably the bottleneck of your benchmarks.
Speaking of which, do you think replacing the CF card with a standard laptop hard drive would improve performances in a noticeable manner?
Rajah Lone wrote:Yes, the FireBee isn't perfect, thanks to the ball mourners ("au ballet des pleureuses") for reminding it on every occasion.
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warp12 wrote:Any plans for a new production run?
oehansen wrote:Are there any plans for a next generation FireBee? A faster CPU/Graphics variation?
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