What is Raspberry Pi? #TrendingTech.
For more info read the UKFast blog here:
It’s an innovation that’s got the tech-world in a flutter. Techies are desperate to be the first to get their hands on it. It is being tipped to revolutionise IT education in schools.
‘What is it?’ I hear you say. The next supercomputer? No. It’s a £16 Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi, or R-Pi, is not as the name would suggest a delectable pastry dish, it is a micro-computer based around a 700MHz ARM chip, the sort that you would normally find in a smartphone.
Developed in two models, ‘A’ features 128 MB RAM has been redeveloped to feature 256 MB RAM, a single USB port but no Ethernet port. Model ‘B’ has 256MB RAM (the max unremovable RAM for an R-Pi) , two USB ports and an Ethernet port — B is set for release at the end of this month.
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