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Jan sale on Unipod features

By Chris Williams. Published: 4th Jan 2005, 21:50:11 | Permalink | Printable

Buy one.. you know the rest

Unipod photoStuart Tyrrell Developments are running a special offer on Unipods for the month of January. If you buy a Unipod function, you get another one free.

The Unipod is a three-in-one USB, IDE and 100MBit ethernet podule card for RiscPCs. To 'unlock' a feature, you must buy the functionality from STD, which comes in the form of a key chip that's fitted to the Unipod podule. The Unipod, released in April last year, was voted as the Best New Hardware in 2004 by drobe.co.uk readers.


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