Aemulor ARM in ARM with Iyonix at M25E eventBy Chris Williams. Published: 25th Nov 2002, 16:45:59 | Permalink | Printable
Tonight: M25E user group plays host to Castle Iyonix and emulator meisters Aemulor.com
Harold Wood, London - Aemulor.com, the developers of the 26 bit emulator for Castle's Iyonix, in an email to drobe.co.uk today announced that one of their development team will be present at tonight's M25 East User Group meeting and ready to answer any queries on their software.
"Whilst we may not be able to demonstrate the software there, you will get chance to see Iyonix PC and ask us or Castle any questions you may have about the Iyonixo or Aemulor", Neil of Aemulor.com explains in the press release. "...This should be an ideal opportunity to hear the inside story about the Iyonix, ask questions, find out what has changed and maybe even try it out yourself."
The event is taking place in Harold Wood (near M25 J28) starting just after 7pm. Full details and directions are given from the link below. Naturally, we've dispatched a friend of the drobe.co.uk editors to attend the event and see what all the fuss is about. If you're in the area and you want to escape the rumours and speculation and get clued up on the Iyonix and Aemulor, we recommend a visit.
Event details and how to get there
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