One of the worlds smallest, and cheapest computers is arriving! It’s very exciting!
At roughly £22.00 GBP, it’s going to sell like hot-cakes!
It’s primary goal is to encourage people to learn how to code, however it’s a fantastic basis for a very low budget media centre, using the Ethernet connection to network storage, or locally using the SD card. It’s operating system is Fedora (version of Linux) http://fedoraproject.org/
It has a CSI connection for a camera, so another aplication may be a low budget IP CCTV camera!
Video: Robert Mullins, Co-Founder of Raspberry Pi explains how it works:
Discussion on Element14: http://www.element14.com/community/groups/raspberry-pi
Images of the Computer I’ve shamelessly grabbed from the BBC, Farnell and RS:
Fedora (Linux) http://fedoraproject.org/
5V via micro USB socket
Composite video out
Stereo audio out
Other I/O connections from header
Looking forward to buying one and using it… Perfect music player for the shed, just need to run an Ethernet cable down from my network HDD in the house!