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Genesis Odyssey PPC G4

A vapourware specification that relied upon the release of Phase 5's G4 accelerator and firewire options.

Motherboard Unknown
Operating System AmigaOS 3.1 (3.5 when available), QNX Neutrino OS with 68K emulator - 00% Classic Amiga compatibility with 060 emulation faster than 75Mhz (probably UAE).
CPU

Motorola PPC G4 CPU at 300 Mhz or 400 Mhz

Memory 16 MB Ram (expandable to 128 MB)
Graphics AGA chipset
Sound 4-Channel Stereo Sound standard
Drives 3.2 GB IDE harddisk, 40x CD-Rom, Double density drive
Expansion

Optional Ultra Fast SCSI and Ultra Wide SCSi Interfaces, Ultra DMA IDE/ATA FireWire (IEEE-1394) Interface

Keyboard 104-key Windows95 Keyboard
Interfaces
  • serial
  • parallel
  • mouse
  • external floppy
  • 23 pin video RGB
  • 15 pin video Flicker Free
  • composite video
  • RF modulator
  • stereo audio
  • CD Audio out
Power Supply 250 Watt ATX
Additional Software Personal Paint 7.1 CD, full AmigaOS 3.1 documentation
Cost Unknown

Odyssey PPC Mac

The same as above with the addition of Microcode's Fusion Mac Emulator and MacOS 8 pre-installed.

There are also a number of additions available at an extra cost. BACK

Last Update: 14/6/2002

 

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