have announced that they will globally distribute the Raspberry Pi Foundation's ground-breaking credit card sized computer. The education-aimed computer is being offered for £22 or $35. TechEye
, an IT-industry news site that writes about software, hardware, mobile and everything inbetween, covered the announcement. With readers from countries worldwide, this was great for element14.
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