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Year of Announcement: 1997
The BoXeR 2 design was an update of the first BoXeR prototype.
This release would have implemented PCI slots (this was a time when
the BoXeR used ISA slots) and dropped the AGA chipset in favour of
a programmable graphics chip. The chip would be able to sync down
to all AGA modes as well as allowing higher resolutions only found
on current PC graphics cards.
The continued delay of the BoXeR motherboard allowed Mick Tinker
to implement these features making the ISA-only Boxer redundant. If
a BoXeR 2 is developed it will most likely be a PPC-only
Last Update: 1/11/2001