pjjmcc: Firstly, it's "RISC OS" Secondly, there are many small formfactor computers out there. The Mac mini isn't significantly larger than an A9 Home, and yet people still identify it as a desktop machine. And printing, I'm told, does work fine assuming your printer's supported or you network print.
Personally, I rather like its medialess style: the only thing I use an optical drive for these days in my PC is ripping CDs and playing games, neither of which I'd want to do on a RISC OS box anyway.
Home accounts package beta version made available for testing Developer Steve Fryatt has made a new version of his CashBook software available for beta testing. The release contains a number of minor tweaks and allows frequently used transactions, or parts of transactions, to be set up as templates and quickly entered into the transaction window at a press of a key or a click of the mouse. Discuss this. Published: 22 Mar 2009