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More details of ExpLAN's new computer released

Published: 21st Apr 18:47:27 | Permalink | Printable

As Drobe Launch Pad reported earlier this month, ExpLAN are planning a new RISC OS powered computer which can be run from a solar pannel - idea for the more remote locations of the World.

ExpLAN's Solo will be ideal for use in less economically developed countries and the company's updated website now gives detailed information about the computer's hardware and software.

More infomation can be found at http://www.explan.co.uk/

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