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Hi Neil,

the Omega is much more flexible because the function of its most important chips can be changed at run-time and because it has a high-bandwidth expansion bus for additional CPUs/FPAs.

The Iyonix does not have any potential for hardware performance enhancements of the machines wich are already with the users (short of a mainboard-exchange). It might get minor speed-ups through optimisation of the software. -- Julian G. F. Zimmerle

 is a RISC OS UserJGZimmerle on 20/7/03 9:21AM
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