hzn: The A9's hard disc is reasonably well cooled. It's a laptop drive, and they're designed to sit in very-hot-running laptops and blade servers, with little cooling. Also, the A9's case acts as one giant heat sink. The A9's case isn't air-tight, so it won't be a pressure problem, either.
EeePCs and RPCEmu at ROUGOL Monday night was curry and beer night London RISC OS users in Borough High Street, where Keith Dunlop and Bryan Hogan demonstrated RPCEmu on a little eeePC. 34 comments, latest by rjek on 21/11/08 9:32AM. Published: 17 Nov 2008