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As I have no use for a CD drive on the machine (it'll be networked to another box that has a CD drive), and I'm trying to reduce the amount of physical space my computers take up (my next PC will probably be a Shuttle), the small size is a big plus for me, the other big plus being it runs Adjust. I will certainly be looking at getting one when they are "released", as it will allow me to put a RISC OS machine back on my desk, and I might be able to use it more. My RiscPC has served me well, but like others have said, even with the upgrades it's starting to show its age now. The A9 might keep me with RISC OS for a while longer.

 is a RISC OS Usercmj on 23/11/05 4:15PM
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