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And in any case given the expected longevity of RISC OS computers, any new machine should have as many "advanced" features as possible at reasonable cost. That way it will be longer before the machine becomes obsolete. And new improved versions of the machine can be released more quicky in the future since the amount of development work needed to provide upgraded facilities compatible with other platforms may be reduced or eliminated.

Hence entirely forseeable inclusions such as gigabit ethernet and USB 2 hardware support and 64 bit PCI.

Martin

 is a RISC OS Usermrtd on 30/1/04 8:52AM
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