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In the absence of a native German speaker, here's my translation of the headline:

'With programmable hardware against the dreaded crash.'

'Arche Acorn User Club presented a novel computing concept in Müllingsen. The owner of the English manufacturing company himself came to town.'

The article begins 'Totally secure from crashes, fast and programmable in hardware to the individual needs of the user - thus was it presented on the occasion of the "Arche Acorn User Club" (founded 1994) Roadshow; a computing concept that will reportedly instill fear in the PC industry standards which rule worldwide.'

While Micro Digital is mentioned in the subsequent text, the technology isn't refered to by name or really analysed.

 is a RISC OS Usercdaniels on 25/3/05 2:04PM
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