Nucleus heads for Ebay
For those of you who don't know, Nucleus was a machine designed by Cerilica mainly for graphics work and was built around the Imago Motherboard concept. Nick van der Walle, who recently left Cerilica has decided to auction off the (one and only?) Nucleus case that was made and was used for demonstrations at shows etc. At the time of writing this, the Ebay site is down for its scheduled maintenance, but as I remember, the current asking price is a meaty £155.
Oregano2 shipping with RiscPC and A7000
Castle announced earlier this week that they will be shipping Oregano2, the latest version of the Oregan Networks' Multi Platform web browser, with every new RiscPC and A7000 computer. "For some time Oregano 2 has been available on all IYONIX pcs and as an upgrade for all existing Risc PC and A7000+ users" says Mike Williams in the Castle Press Release, For full details, the Oregano2 website holds all the information you need to know.
Unix Porting Project livens the Gaming Scene
More Acorn Arcade news really, but Peter Naulls has recently updated his Unix Porting Project with some nice SDL games for you to play. Full details on Acorn Arcade.
K2 Demo now 32 bit
The K2 Demo, which was made to stretch a StrongARM and VRAM machine off, has now been updated to be 32 bit compatible and is now available to download so you can show off on your Iyonix machines.
Arch Rivals Drobe have been busy updating their website with some extra features. They managed to copy and paste their announcement onto their website, so you can see it on there.