MicroDigital Omega

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MicroDigital Omega
Developer MicroDigital
Type 32-bit microcomputer
Introductory price £1149 (ex VAT)[1]
Operating system RISC OS 4
CPU Intel StrongARM SA110
Memory up to 512 MiB of SDRAM
Display VGA

The MicroDigital Omega was a home computer developed and sold in the early 2000s by MicroDigital. It runs the RISC OS operating system.[2]

The Omega suffered a protracted development, announced in 2000, it was released in 2003.[3]

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