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I'm now browsing on a hen's tooth, also known as a 4GB eee PC, and its fantastic. Its got full version of Firefox with plug-ins and video codecs, and runs like a dream, I'm afraid to say its a far better experience than any RISC OS browser even on the small screen. Given there isn't any ARM processor as powerful as this underclocked Celeron, I don't how any RISC OS based device could compete, especially not with the price point the eee sells for (even considering I paid a bit more to get hold of one this century).

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