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JGZimmerle: I find your cursory evaluation of the Iyonix and Omega rather amusing. How is the Omega a much more flexible design than the Iyonix? What makes you say that the Iyonix will never get any faster?

A cynic would probably say get an Omega in a few weeks, or years, depending upon how much credence you place in anything Microdigital says.

Just an off the wall qustion for the group here: If the Microdigital 'soft' computer concept were really superior to conventional hardware, would it not be used by mainstream (i.e. PC) manufacturers?

Rgds.

Neil

 is a RISC OS UserNeilWB on 18/7/03 11:55AM
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