3rd May 2000
(Shakespeare's birthday)

Castle have announced today that as part of their ongoing development program they will be launching a new StrongARM based computer at the Acorn RISC OS Show in Wakefield, on the 20th and 21st May 2000.

The exact details of the hardware have not been released but are expected to include a major speed enhancement and added features to the RiscPC range of computers. The hardware and supporting RISC OS development has now been fully completed and the new technology will be available to buy at the May show.

Jack Lillingston, managing director at Castle, said:
'We are delighted to bring this news to the RISC OS world. This product marks the start of a new progressive development plan. You can expect to see further major new hardware over the forthcoming years'.

For those unable to attend the Acorn RISC OS Show in Wakefield full details will be available on Castle‘s new web site (www.castle.org.uk) from mid afternoon on the 1st day of the show (20th May 2000).

The Acorn range of computers are now manufactured under licence by Castle. The top of the range NEW Acorn RiscPC 233T with the latest StrongARM Processor is staggeringly fast. The A7000+ with its floating point processing power is available at modest cost. All Acorn computers are suitable for a wide range of applications where reliability and power are essential.

Castle‘s large of powerful SCSI and IDE interfaces open the door to a wide range of peripherals for all Acorn computers. From CD-Writers to Scanners to Hard Drives and Monitors, Castle are able to supply the most comprehensive range of additional hardware for your computer.

For further information contact:

Jack Lillingston (Managing Director)

Email: sales@castle.org.uk

Castle (Castle is a trading name of Castle Technology Ltd).
Registered office Ore Trading Estate Framlingham Suffolk IP13 9LL UK.
Registered number 2824049
Tel: 01728 723200 Fax: 01728 621179 Email: acorn@castle.org.uk
International Tel: +44 1728 723200 Fax: +44 1728 621179

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