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The mode was 640x480 in 8bpp colours. In theory a drop to 16 colours would halve the video bandwidth used. However if I remember correctly the VNC server recommended 8bpp.

The Mico should have had more performance that an A7000, the Mico being closer in design to an A7000+

 is a RISC OS Userflibble on 22/11/08 1:08PM
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