AMS> I'll dig out !SICK and do some figures for you. As I said earlier, RedSquig is faster on my Athlon 2100 than a real RiscPC, so your "lot" is already here.
As for USB api... uh, well how could they a) second-guess that folks are suddenly going to produce their own USB APIs without talking to ROL and b) produce any sane API based on no knowledge of how USB hardware would be implemented on a RiscPC. I think you're being just a touch silly now.
I have no interest in "killing" Iyonix - again, as I said earlier, I'd love to see Select on it... it just aint gonna happen so my money's on the better OS on a different chunk of hardware.
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