More Expo 2003 photosBy Chris Williams. Published: 8th Jul 2003, 15:35:55 | Permalink | Printable
Can't get enough of themIt seems more photos from the RISC OS Expo 2003 show from last month are emerging. This week, Manuel Timmers has sent us a collection of photos from the event.
So what is there to see? Some posters of Artworks 2. An idle Iyonix and the insides of one. Jack Lillingston was also caught on camera. MicroDigital's motorbikes were out on show, but we're too incompetent to talk about them, sorry. Still, there was at least an Omega present on the MicroDigital stand. The show atmosphere was good, the show hall looking quite posh.
RISCOS.be's RiscPC powered telephone system. Good old A4 laptop, ARM 3 goodness. And more. Any one who whispers thumbnails will get exactly that, and it involves a hammer and pain.
There's also our own photos, taken by editor Peter who was at the show to witness the event first hand.
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