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In reply to fylfot: it was Castle who kept the RISC PC going, first by the Kinetic improvevments and secondly by licensing their manufacture. I can't well understand their feeling to "get rid of the whole thing" with the amount of stick they seem to be attracting. It can hardly be said that they're making enough money to make it worthwhile. Other major players have left the RISC OS market, why not Castle?

 is a RISC OS Usercharles on 19/1/06 8:48AM
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