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jms:

Considering Castle are asking what desktop users want in the OS and are clearly commited to the desktop market, I don't see what you are worrying about. Especially since if you bought a Pee Cee for example, the same risk applies. Considering Castle are the ones developing new hardware and the OS to work on such hardware (such as IyonixPC), Castle own RISC OS and RISCOS Ltd clearly has no intention in looking to the future in this fashion (unless someone else pays the cost) then in my mind buying an IyonixPC is a better investment in the OS.

 is a RISC OS Userarenaman on 18/5/04 8:19PM
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