10 Mind-Blowing Projects Made With A Tiny $35 Computer

10 Mind-Blowing Projects Made With A Tiny $35 Computer

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New Raspberry Pi, the $35 Linux computer that's just a tad bigger than a business card, has been phenomenally well-accepted in its first year on the planet. First released in February, 2012, it's makers say they will soon sell their one millionth unit. Thanks to its low cost (there's also a...
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