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...or the one allegedly being produced by Caste, or the one Pace have...

Judging by the MAUG report in the latest AU we can't expect RISC OS Ltd to arbitrate and guarantee standards either. Shambolic isn't it??

Good on Simtec though - and it'll be needed. Judging by comments from a friend the industry giants (Intel and co) are on the verge of completely phasing out serial ports, parallel ports and the like in favour of USB and FireWire.


 is a RISC OS User on 13/10/01 8:49PM
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