Will your next computer cost $1000 or just $25? That depends on whether of not you’re interested in doing things yourself or leaving them up to the big boys at Microsoft, Intel, Apple, and so on.
The Raspberry Pi, originally created to help people learn to program at low cost, has become so popular it’s now being used by non-programmers as a second system, a media computer, or for the kids. When it first released, the creator, Eben Upton thought he might sell 10,000 of the credit card-sized units. He’s since sold upwards of 1 million.
While Apple might not be too worried about the Pi outselling the iPad, it is very interesting technology and very accessible.
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