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The Icon Bar: News and features: Wakefield Show - Saturday report [updated]

Wakefield Show - Saturday report [updated]

Posted by Phil Mellor on 21:32, 15/5/2004 | , , , , , , , , ,
AA SignHere's the first full report from the Wakefield show. We also have pictures.

Our main highlights were:

  • The A75 from Advantage Six
  • Denbridge Radar on an IYONIX
  • Aemulor Pro and Cino DVD
  • Oregano 2 upgrades in the offing
  • Castle - USB 2 in beta and a potential 50,000 unit contract
  • Network card working on an Omega
Are you back from the show? Do you have photos on your camera?
Send them to news@iconbar.com and we'll publish them.

Also, please vote in our poll in the right hand column.

Update: More photos added 17th May

Links: words and pictures

  Wakefield Show - Saturday report [updated]
  ad (22:43 15/5/2004)
  Revin Kevin (13:19 16/5/2004)
    Phlamethrower (15:04 16/5/2004)
      andrew (12:44 17/5/2004)
        Horse (10:41 18/5/2004)
Andrew Duffell Message #92968, posted by ad at 22:43, 15/5/2004

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Great report monkeyson :)
Also, thanks for the photos you and Chris Terran!
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Kevin Wells Message #92969, posted by Revin Kevin at 13:19, 16/5/2004, in reply to message #92968
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Yes I agree good report and good pics. :)
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Jeffrey Lee Message #92970, posted by Phlamethrower at 15:04, 16/5/2004, in reply to message #92969
PhlamethrowerHot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot stuff

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50,000 units? Crikey! I'm sure it only said 5000 yesterday. Well done Castle! :)
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Andrew Message #92971, posted by andrew at 12:44, 17/5/2004, in reply to message #92970
HandbagHandbag Boi
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These things have a habit of falling through - remember Oracle and set-top boxes?
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Horse Message #92972, posted at 10:41, 18/5/2004, in reply to message #92971
Unregistered user "He said this could be developed in BBC Basic more quickly than in C on Linux."

Yes, but C is hardly the only programming language in widespread use on Linux.

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