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The $25 Computer

November 24, 2011 adafruit

The $25 Computer @ WSJ… “Our dream is that the Raspberry Pi gets to a large number of schoolchildren and that a fraction of them learn how to program. They will become the next generation of innovators who will stimulate the economy,” he said. Although only the size of a credit card, Raspberry Pi has […]

Where are my stickers?

November 19, 2011 Eben Upton

Some of you may be wondering where your stickers have got to. After we ran out of the initial batch last week, we placed an order with our suppliers for a much larger batch, with a projected delivery date of this Wednesday. For reasons beyond our control, this has now slipped to this coming Monday. […]

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Start your Raspberry Pi software collection

November 19, 2011 Liz Upton

Attentive readers of our forum may have seen our friend Vgrade, who has been doing development on one of the alpha boards, post a video of a little distribution he built on Mer, with QtCreator (which is indeed cute) installed, a couple of days ago. Mer’s light footprint makes it ideal for use on the […]

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Final PCB artwork of the Raspberry Pi

November 16, 2011 adafruit

Final PCB artwork of the Raspberry Pi… …here are the Gerbers (a visualisation of the printed circuit board or PCB) for the finalised version of the Raspberry Pi. I get several messages every day asking what it can possibly be that we are still working on: I hope you will understand on looking at this […]

Final PCB artwork

November 15, 2011 Liz Upton

As promised, here are the Gerbers (a visualisation of the printed circuit board or PCB) for the finalised version of the Raspberry Pi. I get several messages every day asking what it can possibly be that we are still working on: I hope you will understand on looking at this why the routing, which has […]

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