Amongst other things, Andy hopes to have with him a working PineBook (aka ARMbook), running RISC OS, along with a number of other ‘portable’ solutions for people to compare – from laptops such as the Pi-Top and Lapdock, to an easy-to-transport mini.m with one of RISCOSbits’ own eSATA docks.
Starting at 7:45pm, the meeting will take place at:
West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club,
Sandal Hall Close,
Off Walton Lane,
WROCC members have free entry into the meeting, but non-members will have to stump up a whole £3.00. However, with membership costing just £15.00 for a year, discounted to £7.50 in the first year, it’s worth finding the additional few quid to become a member – especially for anyone likely to be able to attend more than one meeting.
As well as free entry into meetings, members also receive the club’s newsletter, The WROCC, delivered as a PDF to their email inbox, and there is also a members-only mailing list.
No details are currently available for future meetings, but another date for your diaries is the Wakefield Acorn and RISC OS Computer Show, also organised by the group, which this year takes place on Saturday, 27th April at the Cedar Court Hotel, just off M1 Junction 39.