Having missed this year’s Southwest Show, CJE Micro’s (and 4D) – the little shop with a lot of stock – will be exhibiting at the Wakefield Show on Saturday, 27th April, with their usual wide selection of items from their catalogue, including a number of new products. There will be small displays with multiple inputs, […]
Providers of a WiFi solution in the form of Wispy, which allows RISC OS computers to access wireless network connections, RISCOSbits will be at Saturday’s Wakefield Show with a number of new products in the range.
Soft Rock Software will be at the Wakefield Show on Saturday with the usual range of goodies – the RiscPiC cases (now available in both the original -mini and the long-awaited -standard forms) and the Soft Rock Software Collection on both CD and USB flash drive.
Well, when I say new… Steve Fryatt will once again be attending the Wakefield Show this coming Saturday, at which lucky attendees will be able to purchase his collection of RISC OS software on a flat shiny disc in exchange for a crisp fiver. The CD contains a wealth of software, with – probably – […]
A now customary arrangement for RISC OS shows, Elesar Ltd – Rob Sprowson’s operation that has brought us the Titanium motherboard, a 105-key mechanical keyboard with red function keys, and software such as CloudFS – is once again offering a click and collect option in time for the upcoming show.
In for a PiRO, in for a pound Visitors to the annual Wakefield Show, which takes place on Saturday, 27th April, will have the opportunity to enter into a prize draw to win one of three prizes.
Well, a Wakefield Show near you, if you’re near Wakefield, obviously. The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club – the group that organises the annual Wakefield Show – will be launching the ninth edition of their back catalogue CD at this year’s show, which takes place on Saturday, 27th April.
It is time once again for RISC OS users to make their annual pilgrimage oop north! This year’s Wakefield Show will take place on Saturday, 27th April – a day shy of two weeks from now – so as I type this, all the exhibitors will be heading into their final fortnight of relaxation, able […]
The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club takes place tomorrow evening, and will feature a mix of topics including Ian Stanley talking about using an IDE hard drive on a Raspberry Pi, running Mike Cook’s oscilloscope on under RISC OS, and using the RDSP module from AMCOG Games to produce sounds on […]
The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will cover a number of different topics. To kick things off, Terry Marsh will be demonstrating Pi3D, using Python. This will be followed by Chris Hughes showing how Impact can be used to create databases of photos, stamp collections, etc. Chris also hopes then to […]