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Submission + - Raspberry Pi Takes Aim at the Education Market (thinq.co.uk)

Blacklaw writes: Attendees of the Educating Programmers Summit found themselves treated to a demonstration of the Raspberry Pi single-board computer by co-creator Eben Upton. Based on chips from Upton's day job at Broadcom, the Raspberry Pi is an entirely functional computer which will hit a retail price of just $25 in its basic incarnation — addressing one of the issues preventing the teaching of programming in schools today.
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Raspberry Pi Takes Aim at the Education Market

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