The Raspberry Pi is a computer the size of a credit card that is aimed at do-it-yourselfers. The cheap and tiny device costs less than you'd pay for a few drinks in San Francisco, so it's already proven to be a hit among hobbyists who want to add light computing or internet connectivity to their projects. But the newest version of this little board has some additional features that make it capable enough to possibly replace your desktop PC.
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