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I'd just like to point out that a great many current PC laptops out there from different manufacturers will reduce the CPU speed (as ksattic points out) by as much as 500Mhz (and more). This *includes* Mobile series processors from Intel.

Second point to note is that when running the emulator the CPU will be 100% busy, all of the time. So you're going to have miserable battery life, a hot lap, and a noisy fan.

Fun.

 is a RISC OS Userpiemmm on 8/11/03 11:28PM
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