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Raspberry Pi $35 mini system starts shipping

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Raspberry Pi, the $35 Linux system about the size of a credit card, is fully baked and ready to eat... er, ship.

The system was designed by a British nonprofit with the idea of encouraging people everywhere, particularly young people in developing countries, to become more interested in programming.

It went up for preorder at the end of February, and the first batch sold out in minutes

rest here




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