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To bring the comments back on topic.

I think this is a well balanced article. I think it is highlighting where once the ARM processor was a good contender for low power devices, the x86 compatible processors have more recently started making headway in this market themselves. Again this article proves that with the right kind of money backing it that RISC OS could be a big player in this market i..e we have a compact lower processor and memory requirement OS, just not the additional applications which potential customer require.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 17/10/07 7:59PM
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