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Mr Chocky is, IMHO, totally correct.

If you take into account that when Omega was announced they claimed it had already been worked on for 3 years, that makes it around 5 years of development time with at least two design freezes and going into production. Oh, and ArmTwister now does a totally different thing that it did a few months ago, too.

On the other hand, Castle secretly develop Iyonix and then release a working 32bit XScale RISC OS machine.

On behaviour alone, MD deserve all the bashing they get. -- Michael Stubbs, Leeds

 is a RISC OS Userarenaman on 9/12/02 3:48PM
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