Buy RISC OS goodies online with AAUG... (and amazon.co.uk)By Chris Williams. Published: 7th Nov 13:44:36 | Permalink | Printable
AAUG, best described as "the organisation representing all Acorn and RISC OS user groups worldwide", has gone one step further in it's campaign to strengthen the RISC OS userbase by opening an online shop dedicated to RISC OS products.
Teaming up with amazon.co.uk as allowed the group to offer these products online
- ARM-related books
- Printer ink cartidges and other consumables
- Printer and IDE cables
- Peripherals such as mice and keyboards
- A selection of PDAs
- Storage media (CDRs, CDRWs etc)
Plus the following discounted..
- The latest music CDs
- Videos and DVDs
- Bithday and xmas gifts
Over the power of usenet, AAUG also explained how the shop will help developers as well as users, "We will expand the shop over the coming months to include more easy to use product links, and other online retailers to give you more choice when shopping online. If any companies would like to list their products in the AAUG Shop them please [the AAUG] directly."
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