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Did Castle not tell us the who (ADI Engineering??) the 50,000 were? Or is Korea the resource supplier of our Iyonixs. :laugh: Thanks to Castle for the fact that we have got lucky cheap Iyonix? ;-) Not too long ago wasn't it ROMs found in the Middle East, now "80321 Tungstenboards" in Korea - Wow, RISC OS really is world wide! I think it's just pleasing to hear that bits and pieces of our platform is readily and still available :grin: Cheers, Steve.

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 2/6/04 11:41PM
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