Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 5th Nov 2006 23:59 UTC, submitted by teigetje
RISC OS "Launched in 2005 for developers to beta test, the A9home went on general sale in time for the Wakefield show in May this year. The machine is still missing a few features, but seeing as it is mostly complete, it's high time a review was published. Having ditched his aging RiscPC for an A9home, Paul Stewart reveals his first impressions with AdvantageSix's ARM9-powered computer and its 32bit build of RISC OS 4."
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RE: In the US?
by epistaxsis on Mon 6th Nov 2006 15:08 UTC in reply to "In the US?"
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Well I'm sure CJE micros (who are the selling agents for the machine) would ship to the states.

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They can
by KenJackson on Tue 7th Nov 2006 10:59 in reply to "RE: In the US?"
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You are right. I emailed CJE and they said there are no US dealers, but they could ship me one for approx 40-50ukp.

We see the occasional story about RISC OS and ARM powered PCs here on OSNews, and I'm interested since it's a totally different architecture. But it seems odd that there isn't enough interest to have even a single importer.

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RE: They can
by RISCOSMike on Tue 7th Nov 2006 12:05 in reply to "They can"
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I think Castle ship worldwide.

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