|Current RISC OS Computers|
Prices are in Pounds Sterling and include VAT.
NB: There are more variants of some machines, see manufactures website for details.
|Castle Technology now have the licence to develop the A7000+ and RiscPC range once developed by Acorn.
They also produce a RISC OS Internet Browser called Oregano
|RiscPC 233T Basic||This machine uses the Acorn RiscPC case, and includes: StrongARM, RISC OS 3.7, 8MB FP RAM, 2GB HDD.||£880.07|
|RiscPC 233T CD||This machine also uses the Acorn RiscPC case, and includes: StrongARM, RISC OS 4, 16MB FP RAM, 2MB VRAM, 4GB HDD, 40xCD.||£1032.82|
|RiscPC 233T Internet||This machine also uses the Acorn RiscPC case, and includes: StrongARM, RISC OS 4, ANT Internet Suite, 34MB FP RAM, 2MB VRAM, 8GB HDD, DVD CD, 56Kb Modem.||£1173.82|
|A7000+ Odyssey||This machine uses the Acorn A7000+ case, and includes: ARM7500FE, RISC OS 4, 16MB FP RAM, 4GB HDD, 48xCD.||£645.07|
|A7000+ Classic||This machine also uses the Acorn A7000+ case, and includes: ARM7500FE, RISC OS 3.71, 8MB FP RAM, 1GB HDD.||£527.57|
|Kinetic RiscPC||The Kinetic is a RiscPC with a add-in card that allows bus speeds above 16Mhz (to 66Mhz) and includes: StrongARM, RISC OS 4.03, 70MB SDRAM, 10Gb HDD, 40xCD.||£1099.00|
|Kinetic RiscPC Internet||The Kinetic Internet is also a RiscPC with a add-in card that allows bus speeds above 16Mhz (to 66Mhz) and includes: StrongARM, RISC OS 4.03, 138MB SDRAM, 30Gb HDD, 40xCD and an Internet Package.||£1408.82|
|Kenetic 300Mhz||A Kenetic machine with a overclocked StrongARM processor and 146MB of RAM. It runs a special version of RISC OS, RISC OS 4.04.||£1200.00|
|Slym||This a new machine launched at Wakefield for networks. It was developed by Castle, Cumana and Cannon Computing and is based on the ARM7500FE processor.||£???|
|Neuron||Embedded ARM7500 and SA board, click here to find out||TBC|
|Kinetic RiscPC 2 ???||Competition for MicroDigital ???||£???|
|RiscStation manufacture low-end RISC OS machines, RISC OS Laptop's and coming soon is the PCI Project
RiscStation also has a Australian branch, finally, RiscStation will soon be producing "Oaisis", a Psion rival.
|R7500 Lite||The R7500 Lite is a A7000+ Clone with the following specs: ARM7500FPE, RISC OS 4.03, 16MB EDO RAM, 4GB HDD, 48x CD-ROM.||£603.79|
|R7500 Lite +||The R7500 Lite + is the same as the R7500 Lite but it has 64MB EDO RAM, 10GB HDD and 52xCD.||£700.59|
|Scorcher||Scorcher is like the R7500 Lite but also has 64MB EDO RAM, 10GB HDD and a CD-RW Drive.||£942.59|
|NetWorx||The NetWorx is a network computer that has little equipment built-in, and has: ARM7500FPE, RISC OS 4, 8MB EDO RAM.||£482.79|
|Portable||At last, a laptop, RiscStation are currently developing a RISC OS Laptop to be released soon and will include: ARM7500FPE, RISC OS 4, 12.1" Colour Screen, HDD, Integrated CD-ROM and Floppy Disk Drive.||£1511.29|
|Osaris||Osaris is a Psion-clone that includes: 32-Bit EPOC, 8MB RAM, Mini-Office suite built in and more, click here for the details.||£169.00|
|POS System||POSsum is a diskless terminal that includes: ARM7500FPE, RISC OS 4 and 16MB EDO RAM.||£???|
|PCI Project||Evolution is RiscStation's future Omega-Type desktop machine with features like: StrongARM, RISC OS 4, 64MB SDRAM, 20GB HDD, 48xCD, PCI Bus.||£???|
|MicroDigital also make low-end RISC OS machines to rival the A7000+ but currently are in a spot of bother:
Omega, their Intel XScale machine is still on hold (and has been for the last four months) but was working at Wakefield 2001.
|Mico||An A7000+ Clone, the Mico uses the ARM7500FE processor and features include: ARM7500FE, RISC OS 4, Up to 256MB RAM, HDD, CD.||£724.79|
|Omega||Omega is a Intel XScale machine that is able to run RISC OS 5 (when it comes) and use the ARM10/XScale processors. Specs: StrongARM or XScale (when it's available), RISC OS 4 or 5 (again, when available), 64MB PC133 SDRAM, 20GB EIDE HDD, 52xCD.||£1208.79|
|Cerilica, although better known for their drawing, painting & digital editing, are designing the Nucleus, a top-of-the-range RISC OS machine expected to cost in the regions of £2000.|
|Nucleus||Nucleus is the top-of-the-range RISC OS computer for digital imaging and graphics, standard features include: StrongARM, RISC OS 4, 128MB SDRAM, HDD, CD, Stunning Design, Dual USB, 100 Base-TX Ethernet. This is a machine to admire.||£2000ish|
|Explan has shown the RISC OS World it's new "Solo" computer.
Designed for countries without the power needed to run energy-hungry IT equipment.
|Solo||From Explan, "A new ruggedised RISC OS Computer, the Solo is intended for use within Third-world countries where it's ultra-low-power design enables it to be used indefinately away from sources of mains electricity". Features include: ARM7500, RISC OS 4, 16MB RAM, 128MB or 256MB Flash RAM.||$1000.00 ???|
|Cumana, the suppliers of NC's & Citrix for RISC OS and Windows have just launched a new NC, the SLYM.|
|SYLM||The SYLM is a Network computer built for Citrix.||£???|
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