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I agree that the delays to the Omega will certainly have affected hardware sales for other companies, but hopefully when the Omega comes out (if ever), then there will be a bit of a surge from those buying them. In the longer term however I think the Omega will help the RISC OS market more than the Iyonix (I know this is flame bait), as it should be a fair bit faster and more upgradeable, also it has some pretty curious hardware that should invite interest from the geeky quarters. That is of course, if you can believe anything MD says anymore.

 is a RISC OS Userthegman on 5/2/03 1:39PM
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