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Full marks to Paul Stewart !

It seemed strange that for so long no-one took up the *obvious* area into which to put an A9 (given its size) - namely in a laptop form. While a flight case might be a bit unwieldy - it's a *lot* closer to a laptop than anything extant on the native platform.

Even if Ad6 are unwilling to provide a "portable" themselves perhaps they could facilitate "custom" builders by providing a motherboard only option (much as Castle do for the Iyonix).

 is a RISC OS UserAMS on 6/12/07 1:12PM
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