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I have been following an educational project based in England for some time. It is called Raspberry Pi. It is designed as an educational platform for students to begin learning programming. With an RGB or HDMI connected TV, a usb keyboard and mouse, it should be ready to go. It will boot from an SD Memory chip and should be student proof. An extension board called GURT should be available soon that will allow access to breakouts and hardware expansion. It is basically a computer on a chip with a target price of $25! I will attach a photo of the prototype below. The first production run of boards should be available sometime in February, or sooner. They won't last long. There is a large pent up demand.




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