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I found this article quite interesting:

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Whether there will be an ARM Netbook or Table from Apple is a good question but there are some strong arguments. Also it seems that the performance difference to the Atom processor is not so high.

However if there will be an Apple ARM Netbook it might be a good targat because the product live cycle seems to be a bit longer than that of other vendors. Also the Apple community is more open to alternative operating systems by default ;-)

 is a RISC OS Usermaikl on 25/1/09 9:25PM
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