It's not economically viable to do so, no. If Iyonix sells sufficient quantity, then we may consider it, but also be aware that Iyonix does not have a PS/2 keyboard port so a power adaptor would be required. A much better solution would be to convert our driver for USB graphics cards. We've had something working already but once again it's down to cash - nobody's willing to pay what it costs for the development.
I'm still agog at all the ridiculous "32bit 32bit 32bit" nonsense going on just now. Iyonix sold what, 30 machines so far? It's not even worth considering yet IMO.
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