Volgens Apple Insider komt er een emulator waarmee Playstation games op de Mac gedraaid kunnen worden. Krijgen die appels uiteindelijk toch nog een zunnige functie! Hier wat info:
As far as AppleInsider is concerned, the Connectix PlayStation emulator for Macintosh G3 systems is no longer just a rumor. According to extremely reliable sources, the emulator will formally be announced tomorrow morning at Steve Jobs' keynote address and will go by the name Connectix Virtual Game Station. "For $49.95 Macintosh G3 owners can run any Sony PlayStation game right out of the box, with no additional hardware, just the emulator!"
This is BIG news for the Macintosh community, in fact, it is "Huge."
"I assume Steve Jobs had a little something to do with this. He promised a to improve gaming on the Macintosh, and with this new product from Connectix, he definitely has," one source commented. However, other sources claim Jobs played no roll in the development cycle and applied no pressure to Connectix Corp over the product. "Connectix has really outdone themselves this time, and they will be generously rewarded."
Well, we've done the dirty work. Our information has been confirmed, and we are rather excited to see the new technology in action tomorrow morning. And don't forget, you heard it first because you heard it here; www.appleinsider.com!