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I'm going to be really pedantic and argue that the very first Elite is Classic Elite, and the version shown in the picture is the later Master version.

Anyway, it was a good day, although a bit rushed for me due to train times (spent more time going to and from the show than at it :( ). Holding it in the smaller venue did sadly reflect the shrinking market, but OTOH the atmosphere felt positive and friendly - as someone else has already pointed out somewhere, in rather stark contrast to the average argument on here or the mailing lists or comp.sys.acorn.*!

I really liked the idea of putting the A9 in a monitor, and with wireless keyboard and mouse, and perhaps wireless networking too, that would be the ultimate computer for a confined space!

Once again a big thank you to the organisers.

 is a RISC OS UserSimonC on 20/5/07 10:33AM
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