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Let's see 533MHz and 400MHz - hardly worth the effort is it? Might as well get an Iyonix which is superior in virtually all ways.

What disgusts me is the fact that Castle won't indicate if its worth getting an Iyonix NOW in case they produce some new hardware or if the Iyonix will be upgradable alternatively/as well.

I can either save up now for their next machine or I can save up a bit longer for an upgradeable Iyonix but as far as you can tell from assessing the current situation it seems its the end of the road.

 is a RISC OS UserAW on 12/8/07 1:34PM
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