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JessFranco - I WISH! Before chosing to go with VRPC, we looked around for whether we could do pure RISC OS. Microdigital talked of "Yellow" but no timescales, Simtec could only offer 7500 with RISC OS (and seemed to prefer Linux designs) and so on...

Thus, we were forced to decide - VRPC or no small-form-factor RISC OS-capable machine. VRPC seemed best.

Smiler - I suspect R-Comp has bought enough RISC OS hardware to neutralise your point. The company runs on pure RISC OS hardware - RPCs, Iyonix, Omega and so on.

 is a RISC OS Userarawnsley on 10/10/03 9:24PM
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