log in | register | forums
Show:
Go:
Forums
Username:

Password:

User accounts
Register new account
Forgot password
Forum stats
List of members
Search the forums

Advanced search
Recent discussions
- Angband added to Riscosports (News:)
- R-Comp preshow update (News:1)
- Interesting new Application Launcher for RISC OS (News:1)
- No October Rougol talk on monday (News:)
- Rougol London Shows returns this month (News:6)
- September News round-up (News:3)
- CodeCraft #4 voting open (News:)
- AMCS free versions are live! (Gen:27)
- PinBoard 2.0 reaches Alpha9 (News:2)
- Archive 25:4 reviewed (News:1)
Related articles
- Pass the time this Christmas with a selection of RISC OS and BBC Micro talks
- Games news
- Software preservation project bearing fruit
- Old games on new screens
- Justin Fletcher's RISC OS Rambles
- Games scene roundup
- RISC OS on The Register
- The Great Divide
- Micro Men: Clive Sinclair vs Acorn Computers
- Wakefield Show 2009
Latest postings RSS Feeds
RSS 2.0 | 1.0 | 0.9
Atom 0.3
Misc RDF | CDF
Site Search
 
Article archives
The Icon Bar: News and features: No more Acorn hardware from Eesox
 

No more Acorn hardware from Eesox

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 10:57, 7/9/2000 | ,
 
Sent to us by Leslie Cleave, the sad news that Eesox will no longer be selling RISC OS hardware:
"From 31/08/00 Eesox will no longer be a retail outlet for Acorn computer hardware. We shall be concentrating on software development and will still be available for technical support on products sold to date, advice and specialist requirements. Please use the e-mail contacts in this website or telephone us on +44 (0) 1954 208208. Thank you to all our customers for all your support in the past."
If nothing else, the RISC OS market certainly isn't dull; as new companies and products appear, old favourites fall by the wayside. My first CD Rom drive came from Eesox, and it's sad to think that this won't continue.
 
  No more Acorn hardware from Eesox
  (12:15 7/9/2000)
  Mark Scholes (19:52 8/9/2000)
 
Andrew Weston Message #88089, posted at 12:15, 7/9/2000
Unregistered user Does the 'software development' you refer to mean Acorn software or software for other platforms?
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Mark Scholes Message #88090, posted at 19:52, 8/9/2000, in reply to message #88089
Unregistered user Both.
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 

The Icon Bar: News and features: No more Acorn hardware from Eesox