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Old 14 April 2009, 00:10   #31
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Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
You can fundamentally split RiscOS computers into three lines:
-Classic: A305-A5000.
Good for games, old apps & Amiga conversions.
-Modern: A7000, RiscPC & clones.
Good for, well, more up-to-date stuff. Still rather useful systems.
Will run most classic stuff, but often takes a lot of buggering about to do it - especially if you've got a StrongARM.
-Castle Iyonix:
A proper modern (sort-of) RiscOS-based computer. Fully useful as your main system - compatibility with older software does suffer...
That summary is a useful reference.

Thanks, Charlie!
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