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The makers of Raspberry Pi have unleashed a new model and update to its mini computer system.
At just $99, addition to CuBox-i series offers small-scale, low-power alternative sure to disrupt current industry standard TEL-AVIV, Israel, Feb.
Sales of Raspberry Pi, the cheap and tiny computer that was designed to teach programming to students, have passed two million units in sales in just two years, exponentially more than the co-creator of the $35 unit expected when the Linux-based computer first came onto market two years ago.
The Raspberry Pi, the low-cost, barebones Linux mini-computer aimed at helping kids acquire programming skills, now has its own camera module.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced that its $25 Model A computer is now available for purchase in the United States through the electronics reseller Allied Electronics.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced yesterday they will now begin selling their stripped-down Model B pocket computers for $25.
The ColecoVision is a home game console produced by Coleco Industries and released in August 1982. Nintendo’s Donkey Kong was licensed to Coleco to be the official game pack cartridge with all ColecoVision consoles. By the end of 1982, more than 500,000 units were sold. Outside the United States, the console was sold as CBS ColecoVision. By early 1983 over one million total units were sold; but by the beginning of 1984 sales dramatically declined. By the summer of 1985 Coleco withdrew...
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