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Now let battle commence. And may the Risc OS world survive. In the purple corner we have the not so complete Iyonix (only one working serial, No onboard usb, No PS2 Ports, is the memory clocked at 200Mhz??, Suspect parts to the OS) In the red corner you have the long awaited contender the Omega is it finished covered by an NDA so i can't say sorry. The Druck of this world say's that this town is not big enough for the both of us. I say what a load of cobblers, I personaly think that this is a very narrow view because there is always a market for good quality computers and competition makes the world go round. also if we want the Risc OS market to grow we must have products. No Products NO Growth. So the message is to stop fighting and put your full support behind the Purple & Red. TTFN

 is a RISC OS Userrobroy on 23/2/03 12:21PM
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