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I was also told (at the time), that the ARM processor was used in the top Apple performance machines in the later '90s. Interesting, but not personally knowing about the 6502, I assumed that if used in many of devices including washing machines, hence thought this may have been a reason why PC's were so much cheaper (mass volume?). The A9 offering a wide range of machines and applications (sounding like a good move), and Castle are saying they want to concentrate more on the embedded market. Can anyone define embedded market? Is the embedded market Washing machines and devices alike that are not desktop computers?

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 22/10/04 9:29AM
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