great news - such a netbook with RISC OS on it would really be a dream; and finally bring back the chance of seeing RISC OS on a very stylish and really smart hardware. I love smart hardware, especially without noisy fans and heating keyboard parts, that can often be found at Windows laptops.
Great news for this really useful and smart browser. It's also a good opportunity to make people (also outside the RISC OS community) aware of this fine alternative browser. And a brighter attention always can help in later funding and support for keeping this lovely project alive.
Also off topic slight - oops, you "caught me"; yes I would do icon/graphic design for an interesting RISC OS app, in principle - it's more a problem of time, because I'm invloved into much too many projects (music, comics, painting, drawing, working for money), thus I could only contribute, if I get enough time to design for an app
Regarding your comment about Animator and cartoon-style animations: good news, I look forward to use it on my Iyonix one fine day, especially such features as in-betweening
Is there any page on the internet with a more detailed description of the Animator's features, or should I simply wait for the release under R-Comp's flag?