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ninja: If you're wanting RISC OS, then you'd be wanting an application for RISC OS to make presentations for a PowerPoint viewer to display :) Anyway, buying an A9Home exclusively for use for displaying presentations is clearly madness.

RevinKevin: Yes. Certainly, I've dropped mine numerous times, from non-trivial heights, too. And for the people who want to throw their laptop out of a fourth floor window, or have it run over by a Challenger 2 tank, Panasonic make a range of laptops called Toughbooks, ranging from slim, tiny, rugged ones, all the way up to the type you couldn't break if you tried.

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