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A laptop with dual boot mint and RISC OS would be ideal for me. (Have you concidered a USB socket facing up on the top of the screen for GPRS/3G dongles?)

Is the hardware powerful enough to decode and display HD video? If so a desktop machine with GeexBox and RISC OS would be nice.

Will an ATX board be available for building your own machines?

And would you be able to include ADFS support in the linuxes for the machines?

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 2/9/09 8:10PM
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