On Sun, 6 Jul 1997, Ralf Baechle wrote:
> Depends on what you want to do. The Indy is a nice workstation we
> support. The SNI RM200 is more PC-like. But if you are more out
> for building some special hardware, you probably want to go for an
> evaluation board. I'm hacking on a P4032; several other people have
> done more or less complete ports to other eval boards for example
> from IDT. If price is influences you choice most, then try to get
> something like a second hand Magnum 4000 or Olivetti M700.
While on the subject of buying MIPS boxes, I've had a hell of a time
trying to contact Siemens-Nixdorf to buy an RM200. I've sent e-mail to
five different addresses on five separate occasions for the past two weeks
and I have yet to receive a good response! The addresses I contacted in
Germany referred me to their California office, from which I never got a
response. Does anybody know if SNI still sells RM200's and, if so, how
much they cost?
> Ralf (stoping before he sounds to much like some marketing droid ...)