You're right about needing the Iyonix when it first apeared - and the RiscStation before that. Both came onto the scene when there were worries about the appearance of new RISC OS machines. The A9 is fulfilling that role now.
As long as we all appreciate the due importance of all companies and machines we should be able to look forward to the next RISC OS computer after the A9.
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