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I agree - it's a shame when someone who clearly knows far more about his product than most others is essentially accused of lying to sell his product, merely because he says facts which the Iyonix hard-liners don't want to hear.

TBH, I don't really like the fact that a PC running an emulator can apparently outperform the fastest native machine RISC OS has to offer ATM. That doesn't mean, however, that I'm arrogant enough to claim I know more about the subject than someone who has been around long enough and has enough technical know-how to be justifiably viewed as an expert.

 is a RISC OS Userhutchies on 01/11/03 8:03PM
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