STD suspends A75, A6 rangeBy Chris Williams. Published: 14th Jun 2004, 18:30:02 | Permalink | Printable
"Legal dispute"Earlier today, the following email was sent to all customers of Stuart Tyrrell Developments, and is reproduced below for your information.
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 16:31:37 +0100
From: Stuart Tyrrell email@example.com
Subject: Notice to customers from Stuart Tyrrell Developments
Notice to customers from Stuart Tyrrell Developments
Following notice of a legal dispute between two third parties, our current legal advice is to suspend the acceptance of new orders for our A75 and A6 ranges of RISC OS computers whilst this is investigated.
OEM customers will be contacted shortly regarding action for losses which might be taken on their behalf.
We hope to see this matter resolved within a timescale which allows us to continue to promote RISC OS in addition to our more stable market areas. In this event a further announcement will be made.
Stuart Tyrrell Developments
A Trading Name of Advantage Six Ltd
The A6 is STD's VirtualRiscPC-Adjust 'hybrid' WindowsXP PC, while the A75 is STD's native RISC OS 4 computer, that's powered by the ARM7500FE. More details to follow, when available.
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