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Even from a simple point of view, I would have thought even if RISC OS couldn't receive data at 100Mbps because of the way it collects data from it, it might be able to send the data at close to that, or at least send it at a lower latency. This of course assumes that the networking stack sends a packet as soon as its got it, rather than waiting for the centisecond timer again. So they're worthwhile having over the older (and more expensive) 10Mbps ones.

 is a RISC OS Usernunfetishist on 19/2/04 11:29AM
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