Originally Posted by cgugl
the a500 is better, the cpu connector is better, it is more robust, has more space inside, has a real keyboard (not T9 as the a600), it is easy to repair...
why you say that the a500 is worse than the a600 ?
Well, since we were talking about video display, I was referring to the fact that the A500 (non-plus) is OCS and the A600 is ECS. Maybe the chip architecture meant some added difficulties with this sort of thing, I thought... Also, I was under the impression that the A600 is more efficient - energy-wise - than the A500 and thus an expansion board for the A600 would require less power than an expansion board would on the A500. Of course, when it comes to these technicalities, I'm virtually a layman, so nothing of what I say is to be taken for granted. I was just speculating, hence why I posed the question.