1) Here is an ARM powered device running Windows
2) Here is the same device running RISC OS under emulation. Good, isn't it.
3) Did you know that groovy RISC OS doesn't need Windows to run on an ARM device.
4) If you give us your money, you can hae this ARM device with all the advantages of RISC OS
and none of the disadvantages of Windows.
Simple, a proof of concept, a way to wean people who are so used to asking, as mripley says "What's this ? Where's the Start button !"
ARM in half of all netbooks by 2012, says analyst Linux Today reports that an industry analyst reckons that ARM chips will surpass Intel's Atom chips in 55 percent of netbooks by 2012 - however, another analyst suggests ARM will only get 10 to 20 percent. 1 comment, latest by torbenm on 23/3/09 3:16PM. Published: 13 Mar 2009