What? RISC OS Companies work together? Like thats ever going to happen.
I completley agree with takkaria. I would also like to add that by counter claiming in public forums RS are doing themselves no favours. Surely it would be better for them to email drobe.co.uk with a statement? Or just ignore the article altogther and just inform whoever they need too.
I'm increasingly loosing my patience with companies which issue announcements about products which may or may not appear on the marketplace. Apart from obviously raising our hopes up surley it has a detrimental effect on their accesories sales.
Any damage caused is mearly a response to the inability of RS to manage their PR. Get it in your heads; people are not satisfied with off-hand comments in 'Private' mailing lists or hints in the signatures of newsgroup postings.
Reply to drobe.co.uk next time RS. Save me ranting in this tiny comments box.
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