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Friday 1st April 2016
Nick Broomfield (United Kingdom)

If you want to buy one!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182075342752?ssPageName$STRK:MESELX:IT$_trksid$p3984.m1555.l2649


Friday 31st December 2010
JHrn (USA)

I think it can do word processing, I had emulated RISC OS 3.x once, it
had a built-in text editor, which is of course in the ROM.


Tuesday 11th May 2010
Luca (Italy)

I own two of these :)


Friday 8th June 2007
Erik N (Australia)

I think I want one of these
does it do wordprocessing and printing???


Friday 11th August 2006
Merjia (Aus)

Yeah me too!
They look awesome.


Friday 16th December 2005
Pharoah (USA, PA)
Atlas Software

Wow!
I REALLY want one of these!





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