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I think as long as the review simply states the facts about what was included in the box, and what is forthcoming, we can all use our imagination as to which is the better machine for us as individuals.

It great that it's available, and also great that Stewart likes his new machine, but I'm still a bit concerned like moss about why MD is not singing and dancing about it.

I'd be interested to hear what Stewart has been told about FPGA updates and XScale etc. I can understand the MD would not want to be drawn on such things, but Stewart as a paying customer has a right to some answers.

 is a RISC OS Userthegman on 10/8/03 6:28PM
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