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Let's see the facts: many people still use RiscPCs. Also, SIMMs are disappearing form market. So, following ideas from a thread on csa., could a developer (STD springs to mind, but others may do that) make a card that plugs onto the copro socket of RiscPC and have control logic/sockets for modern types of memories? A bit like a stripped-down version of a kinetic (no SA, only memory)? It seems technically feasible to me. Whether it is economically viable, that's up to developers/buyers.

 is a RISC OS Userbernie on 24/6/05 9:55AM
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