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5 Feb 2013


A smaller version of the Raspberry Pi computer built in the UK is driving the cost to under $25. [via]

element14 has announced the launch of the new credit card sized Raspberry Pi Model A board in Europe, selling at under $25. It uses the same 700MHz ARM1176 Broadcom BCM2835 processor but only 256MB of RAM is included as standard, there is no Ethernet connection and only one USB port, but it does use considerably less energy for battery-powered applications.

Smaller Raspberry Pi costs under $25 – [Link]

One Response to “Smaller Raspberry Pi costs under $25”

  1. ScienceProg Says:

    I think that without Ethernet part Raspberry Pi is useless. Real power in using Linux is internet connectivity. Of course there can be used USB WiFi dongle.

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