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I've been doing some light investigation. It's late, so forgive me if I'm wrong.

Has anyone else noticed that the back of the A9 looks a lot like the back of Simtec's ARM9 dev board?

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In which case, it's a Samsung 2410 evaluation board, with a 266Mhz ARM920T SoC.

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And if so, it shares the same processor as this:

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Ok, so the PDA dev board runs WinCE. But STD's board seemingly runs Adjust32. I could be completely off base here, but just what I've found from some random googling.

Chris. Just me.

 is a RISC OS Userdiomus on 17/12/04 2:10AM
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