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@JGZimmerle: i was just to optomistic, :) even arm were getting confused and are now giving new arm chips names like Cortex-A8.

say did you spot that little google advert at the bottom of the page it's gone now, have a look little arm developers mother board FPGA and all that stuff just like the Omega [link]

as the A9 mother board is so small take a pc laptop with a bad motherboard fault and cut out a space to fit the A9's motherboard, with the arm 9 above the fan grill, cut the laptops tracks to the ports, next solder wires to the ports fit ribbon cables drive and a cable to the screen, hope it can drive a laptop display, any one know, should have room in an old bulky model, might not in a new thin laptop if the keyboard is part of the motherboard. good reading.

 is a RISC OS Userrunningman on 08/10/05 10:50PM
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