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Looks like a great product, though it would have been nice to give the board some green solder resist to nudge the board towards a more professional look.

Could also have great applications for mini-computers and if it can work with windows/linux should be marketed to hobbiests building mini-pc's for playing MP3's over network shares, easy 'diskless' workstations without the hastle of making boot-roms for systems, and much more, all it takes is good product placement, and it might be worth bumping up the price, I know someone who lost sales because people thought his product was to cheep to be up to the job, also might be worth contacting a mechanical shop that can make up a box so this can be secured inside a 3.5" drive bay... optional future design ideas could include fitting the deivice inside the 2.5" laptop specification, though would be a more nieche market.

 is a RISC OS UserNoMercy on 22/6/04 12:18AM
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