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Druck: well, maybe. But tbh Castle and ROL missed a trick; Acorn was still a strong brand in 1998 and a more strenuous effort to retain should arguably have been made. But it wasn't and there's nothing to stop the PC boxshifter from using the name.

 is a RISC OS Userbucksboy on 7/9/06 10:30AM
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