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MD want a thousand pounds for a nameless clone 2GHz celery portable? Is this delivered and VAT inc, does anyone know?

I'm saying "nameless clone" because I'm assuming they haven't actually designed and built it, but got a badger unit from wherever. I mean, look at:

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for a major manufacturer's equivalent home machine.

 is a RISC OS Usermikeg on 10/05/03 7:42PM
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