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And ATX? No. The high integration of ARM SoCs means ATX somewhat belies the need for huge motherboards.

We're pretty much done with motherboards the size of a volume of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.. the modern alternative being DVD, we settled on something DVD-case sized. The next step; about the size of a cigarette packet, and then we go on to neural links mounted into Bluetooth headsets, right?

I can't wait for the RISC OS Brain Interface :D

 is a RISC OS Usermwsealey on 2/9/09 10:11PM
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