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News nybble: 4D now supplying 7″ and 10″ monitors with HDMI input

4D – the entity that shares space in the TARDIS with CJE Micro’s – is now offering 7″ and 10.” LCD monitors that feature multiple inputs, including HDMI, making them suitable for use in tight spots with small computers such as the Raspberry Pi. The combination of such a monitor, a Pi, and a small […]

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New toys from RISCOSbits at London

Saturday will be a Good Day to PiHard! There will be some new toys available from RISCOSbits at the London Show, which takes place on Saturday – new cases, docks for R-Comp‘s mini.m, and systems based around the Wandboard. In addition, the company’s website has been updated to reflect the new and existing range, with […]

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New Econet Clocks in stock at 4D

In a situation that could have brought the economy stumbling to its knees, for a while there were no Econet Clocks in stock at 4D, having sold the last of the existing i-Cubed stock some time ago. However, the company is pleased to report that there is now a batch of new devices in stock […]

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R-Comp’s mini.m now available

That’s apparently pronounced “minim” which means I can’t make any Mini Me references. Um… like that one. Shortly before this year’s Wakefield Show, R-Comp teased us with the news that they had a small surprise in store for visitors to the show, which visitors soon discovered was a new, small computer – the mini.m.  Based […]

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Printed User Guide now an option when buying a Titanium

Get a motherbook with a motherboard! If you have been thinking about buying a Titanium motherboard from Elesar Ltd, you now have an additional incentive: The option of having a printed copy of the new RISC OS 5 User Guide included in the price – although, if you so choose, you can have the motherboard […]

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R-Comp has a small something in store for Wakefield

But size isn’t everything, you know. Honestly. In a pre-show tease, R-Comp‘s Andrew Rawnsley has posted to the RISC OS Open Forum to say the company will have something new at this weekend’s show – in a thread entitled “Good things come in small packages.” He goes on to explain that you shouldn’t be deceived […]

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RISC CE + Wispy = Wispy CE

It’s simple maths, innit? In the wake of the recent Recursion and Southwest shows, and the launch of the CE range, Ident Computer‘s Tom Williamson and RISCOSbits‘ Andy Marks have recognised a degree of overlap in some of their product range and, rather than compete, have put their heads – and their overlapping products – […]

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RISC OS arrives on the ASUS Tinker Board

On Thursday, Michael Grunditz started a new thread on the RISC OS Open forums, titled “First post from Tinker Board (RK3288)” and a very simple opening post: “Worth a separate post! Posting with NetSurf from my new port! 🙂 http://www.update.uu.se/~micken/rkhellow.jpg“