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$150 of course gets you the motherboard and RAM; no mass storage or networking. By the time you've put it in a box, added networking, mass storage/optical media perhaps, power supply, gone through required regulation test, I imagine it'll end up costing the same as low-end PCs, which of course can run emulators. Still, a lot cheaper than now, were people still try to sell RiscStations for £550 on eBay.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 14/5/09 1:19PM
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