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LCD offer for new Iyonixes

By Chris Williams. Published: 4th Mar 2004, 22:58:42 | Permalink | Printable

Pun alert, code red

generic TFT monitorCastle have today launched a special offer that I, as an unbiased news writer, was honestly impressed by, until I noticed the terrible and glaringly obvious pun in their press release headline. It's March and so we're into Spring time, so like, Castle are spring'ing into action with their new offer. Geddit? It's subtle, very subtle.

Anyway, if you purchase a new Iyonix, you can get a lot of money off a range of TFT LCD monitors. Easy as that.


LCD Iyonix offer

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This is a step forward rof the RISC OS comunity. Being sold a computer package including an LCD monitor :)

 is a RISC OS UserTimothy609 on 5/3/04 5:37PM
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