There's something about the strapline on their preview website - "Acorn recommends Microsoft ® Windows® XP"
As for the Vybrio technology - it sounds very similar to Acer's CrystalBright technology. I also don't see much point on emphasising the brand as British, when most of the components and technology are made abroad i.e. AMD's facilities are in Texas, Germany and Singapore.
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