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Carry a RISC OS computer in your pocket!RiscPOD is a quality hard drive enclosure, containing a 128GB mSATA hard drive, pre-loaded with your favourite versions of RISC OS computers. Ready to just plug in and go!RiscPOD comes in a variety of models to make sure you can have just what you want. Available in sleek brushed black aluminium. Obviously, you could have exactly the same thing in a much smaller format using a USB thumb drive, but the mSATA drive is much more robust and less prone to misplacement!The RiscPOD comes in a super small brushed aluminium case, and, with its USB 3.0 connection*, it just zips along!
MadPODThe Multiple Acorn Device Pod contains a 40GB hard drive with a gaggle of Acorn emulators to enable you to play with your favourite version of RISC OS on your Windows machine. It comes with emulators for RISC OS 2, 3.11, 3.7, but you can also add your own emulators.Or simply use it as a back up device for your files. Also works brilliantly under RISC OS with FAT32FS.
CustomPODOther versions of RISC OS can be installed for users, but please contact us for details. These are custom editions that are only available upon application, but may prove useful to those users not confident about configuring a standard RISC OS emulator for themselves.
All RiscPODs are created using publicly-available free software combined with licensed software.*USB 3.0 speeds currently not available on RISC OS.
Acorn and RISC OS Spares and Extras
SodPODThis is a special 128GB USB 3.0 edition, for extra speed and general zoom! However, this comes in a special, mini-sized brushed aluminium case (8cm x 4cm x 1.2cm) without the logo we all love. But it still loooks very sleek!The SodPOD is dual partitioned, with an Acorn filecore partition and a FAT32 partition, both containing emulators that enable you to run a range of versions of RISC OS, either on your existing RISC OS machine or your Windows machine.Alternatively, it can be used as a multi-format storage device, by simply taking advantage of the dual formatting. Although it is USB 3.0 capable, it is backwards-compatible with USB 2.0 as found on most modern RISC OS machines and x86 PCs.