MicroDigital owners club sees light of dayBy Chris Williams. Published: 18th Dec 2003, 09:21:40 | Permalink | Printable
Turn on, log in, drop outMicroDigital have earlier this month sneaked out an online support forum over at microdigital.info, proving that the original link from their main website was a cunning red herring.
Owners of MicroDigital kit can become forum members and join the MD end user community to discuss problems and ideas. For those of you who aren't MicroDigital customers, and don't fret - you're not in a minority, it's still a great opportunity to witness the level of support offered to customers and witness problems they face, if any. Ahem.
The usual Omega questions have bubbled out: where's USB and ethernet networking? And the answer is, nobody really knows. However, the next firmware update might address these concerns, in the same way that my next next lottery ticket will be a winner. A recently distributed Omega FPGA upgrade apparently increases system stability and enables sound for RISC OS Select users.
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