Reply to post: Re: Not So

Roughly 30 years after its birth at UK's Acorn Computers, RISC OS 5 is going open source

Chris Evans

Re: Not So

The Titanium was designed with RISC OS in mind.

http://shop.elesar.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=51

rcomp's ARMX6 uses the iMX6

and 4Ds RapidO Ig uses an IGEPv5 motherboard

http://www.cjemicros.co.uk/micros/products/rapido/rapido-ig.shtml

Whilst the Raspberry Pi wasn't designed with RISC OS as its sole OS. I know one of the key Broadcom BCM2835 designers was a RISC OS fan and did the initial porting of RISC OS to the Broadcom chip. Thanks Adrian!

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