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:) Could I be getting close to buying my first 'new' RiscOS - based computer in about 14 years? Without doubt I would get one of these ARM - based sub-notebooks to run RiscOS on it... ...with a few provisos:

-Not too outrageous a price hike please. (should I buy a 'pre-made' one)

-The various bits 'n bobs actually work. (no drivers permanently in the pipeline please)

-Would be nice to think with a bit more grunt in both the CPU / GPU department that development of software such as a media player to take advantage could be done.

Ok, so I'm looking to developments that will probably never come off and regardless would likely be in the faaaar future but I still like RiscOS you see.

 is a RISC OS UserCharlie on 28/7/09 10:27AM
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