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jms: The A9home spent most of the day running in 1024x768 in 32bpp. The Silicon Motion chipset used is designed for small embedded LCD based monitors, so if you want hi-res, there's other RISC OS solutions. The SM501 does up to 1280x1024 although it's not known if this is the GPU used in the A9..

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