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Thegman you wrote:

You're right again on the subject of only Castle having a suitable version of RISC OS (TTBOMK), unfortunatly no-one has made such a product.

Not yet, but I have the feeling that Castle have plans for the future. Don't forget that it is only a few months ago that they released Iyonix, fulfilling a promise to the faithful, and establishing a reference platform (RIS C OS 5) as a basis for future developments - let's hope they have got the marketing nouse to revitalise the scene.

Rgds.

Neil

 is a RISC OS UserNeilWB on 11/05/03 6:17PM
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