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The problem is that ultimately, people will be looking for a comparative review of the Iyonix and Omega that will in the end recommend a machine to them. And even after that, Omega supporters will say that the Omega is in continuous development and the Iyonix has had a head start etc etc., thus playing down the review.

End users will ask, "What do I want? Iyonix or Omega?"

Whoever writes the review needs to have the balls to stand up and say "If you're a graphics user, you'll want ... If you're a games player, you'll want ..." and so on. And also be prepared to address any criticisms of bias.

I know that if/when we do a comparative review, we'll not treat the article lightly.

Chris, drobe.co.uk

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