Want A $US25 Computer?

Want A $US25 Computer?

This skeletal computer absolutely WILL NOT run Crysis. However, it will (just barely) get you up and running on the internet, and is so small it can dangle from your keychain (though I don’t recommend it).

Equipped with a 700MHz ARM 11 processor, 128MB of RAM, a USB port, and room to add a webcam or Wi-Fi module, the Raspberry Pi is a shrunken down version of that Gateway computer you had over a decade ago, except it’s just a circuit board… nothing else. Aut that computer didn’t run Ubuntu 9, which I’d definitely take over Windows ME (and probably Windows 2000 as well).

Creator David Braben plans to sell it for $US25, but still has to finalise manufacturing. [Raspberry Pi via BBC via CrunchGear]

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