Announcement from Elesar, 12th April, 2016. Elesar‘s award winning Titanium motherboard has run RISC OS 5.23 since it started shipping in late 2015, with a Linux variant also available, but having two computers for two different operating systems is a bit of a waste of desk space, so wouldn’t it be easier to be able […]
Announcement from Elesar, 11th April, 2016. Elesar have teamed up with RISC OS Open Limited (ROOL) again to act as a collection point for heavy or bulky items ordered from Elesar that would otherwise be expensive to post.
It’s not like they’re buses or anything, but… Three user group meetings will be taking place over the next few days, with the first of the three – RONWUG – taking place tonight. The second will be the MUG meeting on Saturday, and the third the ROUGOL meeting on Monday. So, a quick look at […]
It’s catch-up time again after another busy period here at the RISCOSitory bunker, folks – so here’s another batch of news nuggets that have been waiting in the wings:
Group’s first meeting of 2016 sets a high bar for the rest of the year! Unless you’ve been asleep since just before the recent London Show, you will be aware of Titanium – the subject of a surprise announcement the night before the show. Developed by Rob Sprowson of Elesar Ltd, Titanium is a new […]
Curve ball thrown before London Show finally lands! First announced the night before this year’s London Show, at which it was being demonstrated on the RISC OS Open stand, Elesar Ltd‘s Titanium motherboard is now on sale and shipping.
Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight. Red keys on the keyboard? Well, that’s just right! Visitors to the recent London Show – and readers of the RISCOSitory account of the event – will know that one of the items on display was a keyboard on the RISC OS Open Ltd stand. However, this wasn’t just […]
Announcement from Steve Revill, 23rd October, 2015. Visitors to the London show this weekend may wish to drop by the ROOL stand to take a sneak peek at a brand new Cortex-A15 motherboard designed with RISC OS in mind, which has kindly been loaned to ROOL for the duration of the show.