Hmmmm.... let's get some back of the envelope calculations.
I'm just guessing but it would probably take XXXX man hours to port MOS to X1000, platform which would achieve only XXX unit sales of which perhaps XX users maybe interested in MOS. I don't see this working out for the MOS Team - it's simply not worth the effort and would distract from developing MOS further.
Apart from the fact that X1000 sales will be tied to OS4 and it is highly unlikely somone could buy X1000 without paying for OS4 licence, implicitly or explicitly. It's a shame all that hardware sitting in X1000 not being utilised to full potential. It's like buying a Ferrari to commute to work at 60 kmh
Hey, but one can brag about what's in the box.
EDIT: Fixed typos.
[ Edited by insurgent on 2010/6/24 1:02 ]
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