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Like rmac I would like to express my delight at the prospect of Geminus giving a 300% increase in the speed of loading jpegs. I'm a little frustrated that there are pieces of software (e.g. USB2 drivers for Iyonix) that I haven't managed to buy because they haven't yet reached the top of my priority list, but at the same time I'm glad there's so much good stuff coming out. The market's not dead yet, and jpeg acceleration on Geminus will go straight to the top of my priority list!

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