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Due to the article earlier this year, I'm sure most people will now be aware that the new Acorn Computers Ltd has nothing to do with RISC OS. I therefore fail to see the need for such a long article which that serves to promote Acorn Computers Ltd as a reseller of Windows based notebook computers. To all intents and purposes the new company has nothing whatsoever to do with RISC OS.

The paragraph about bundling Virtual Acorn appears to have been dropped in to give the article some kind of relevance.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 6/9/06 10:54PM
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