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The old RiscPC does leads. It's reliable, it's cheap (at least today) and has a lot of pheriperals available for it. Even older RiscOS versions are still rocking. I do more with my 3.71 than with the brand new 4.39. The latter isn't compatible with most of the software and hardware I own, so it's basically useless.

 is a RISC OS Usernodoubt73 on 10/11/05 10:10PM
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