There seems to be a lot of interest in the new Raspberry PI single board computer, so I decided to check it out.
I am starting to see how cool they are. It is a very interesting for a $35 computer! It looks like there is a lot of critical mass developing on these, which means lots of people doing cool things with sw and hw to give lots of examples.
Looks like it is coming available again:
They are available from this Canadian supplier, further stock expected to ship 5 Sep, 2012.
Here is a free online mag:
You can build a a multimedia box for your big screen tv...
They are also working on porting Android to it:
You can tap into the rPI General Purpose I/O pins using something likethis to control stuff with Python, Bash, and C programming languages:
Getting very interesting indeed.
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