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AMS> The point of "hoiking" a PCI card in was that folks like myself can pop a PCI card in to the PCIFace, and work on the driver, producing a product without any knowledge of hardware design or great manufacturing input. Given the total lack of new podules arriving these days, this seemed to be a great step, but what fluff says is 100% true for me ... I wasn't going to shell out for a card without any response to questions from Kortink, and when none came, there was no choice but to give it all a miss. Another would-be-product gone by wayside.

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 20/1/04 1:51PM
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