NetBook Missing In ActionBy Peter Naulls. Published: 5th Mar 2004, 19:03:12 | Permalink | Printable
Please Return [Updated]
John Mason, of CJE Micro's today contacted drobe.co.uk in a plea for return of his Psion NetBook.
John's NetBook apparently went missing during pack up at the South West show last weekend. It contains a variety of important materials for John's course work, and other items. The Psion Netbook, pictured, is a sub-A4 laptop, powered by a StrongARM SA1110 processor, the same machine targetted by RISCOS Ltd's RON project, which unfortunately never surfaced.
So, if you inadvertantly packed it up, or have John's machine for whatever other reason, he'd very much appreciate it back. John can be contacted though CJE.
John has advised us that his NetBook has now been returned.
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