The monitor driver software available from R-Comp for users of its Titanium-based TiMachine computers, or members of its Titanium Support Scheme1, has been updated.
The Southampton RISC OS User Group (SROUG) will next meet up on Tuesday, 9th October. Running from 7:00pm until 9:00pm, the meeting will take place at:
That’s the aerospace industry, not the space above a Nestlé facility1.
If you want to find out all about the use of Acorn computers in the aerospace industry then you need to head for the nation’s capital city on the evening of Monday, 15th October. That’s when Keith Emerton – a retired Senior Specialist Test Equipment Engineer – will be talking to the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) on that very subject.
Also: Wakefield 2019 date now confirmed!
The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) will be holding their next meeting on Wednesday, 3rd October, and the theme for the evening is Micro Miscellany. Rather than a set speaker, the idea is that members and visitors can bring along any of their own projects, anything else that others may find interesting, or anything they need help with.
This year’s London Show, which marks the end of the Long Gap in the main shows in the RISC OS calendar, takes place on Saturday, 27th October. So with today being the last day of September, it is now just 27 days away.
Now that’s a solid state offer, if ever I saw one!
From now until 8th October, 2018, Elesar Ltd‘s Titanium motherboard is available to buy with a jolly useful optional extra – a SanDisk 128GB solid state drive (SSD), pre-loaded with a standard RISC OS 5 disc image.