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RISC OS
RISC OS was initially developed by Acorn Computer of Cambridge, UK. In 1999 the OS was taken over by Pace Micro Electronics and the manufacturing and development of the Acorn computer range was taken over by Castle Technology Ltd. Since then Castle have extended the range of Acorn computers, and other RISC OS compatible machines have been introduced by a number of other companies. Below is a non-exhaustive overview of the currently available hardware.
  • Castle Technology Ltd (Acorn)
  • Micro Digital (Mico computer)
  • RiscStation
  • Millipede (Imago)

Castle Technology / Acorn computers
  • Acorn A7000
  • Acorn Risc PC
  • Kinetic Risc PC
  • Kinetic Upgrade
  • IYONIX pc   

  • ViewFinder graphics accelerator card

RiscStation
  • RS7500
  • Portable
Expansion cards (Podules)
  • Storm 32-bit SCSI kaart
  • Risc TV, TV tuner and video digitiser
  • VideoDesk, Video recording and editing
  • EtherLan 600, ethernet card for Risc PC and A7000
  • II Dual, double serial RS232 card
  • MovieMagic, MPEG-1 play back card
  • Lark, 16 bit audio card
  • Eagle, video digitiser
  • ModemCard, internal analog modem (14K4)
  • AlphaLock, professional genlock/PAL encoder
  • ViewFinder, graphics accelerator card
  • 1-slot backplane for A7000
  • 2-slots backplane for Risc PC
  • 4-slots backplane for Risc PC

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Last changed: Friday, 13 February 2004 - 12:59 CET.
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