Nodoid: What you say about Evolution sounds great, but until it's released it does not mean anything, and I think we all know (RS included) that it will /never/ be released. I expect Evolution may perform OK on a StrongARM, but who wants it when you can get a 600MHz XScale, which ain't going to set the world on fire, but I'll bet it's faster than a 233Mhz SA.
When you say Evolution has multiple processors, can this be demo'ed on under any OS?
Maybe if RS accepted a bit of blame and responsibility for their actions, people may take them seriously. On the bright side, this whole debacle makes the Omega/MD situ look pretty good!
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