The latest low-cost computer from the Raspberry Pi Foundation now comes with a Desktop Kit for the first time and hopes to challenge traditional PCs.
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A computer that costs only US$5, or less than R75? That’s what the team behind the popular Raspberry Pi has just unveiled. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which goes on sale immediately (in limited quantities for now), has a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, microSD card slot, micro USB
Apple and BlackBerry aren’t the only fruit-flavoured brands that can cause a stir with new hardware releases. The UK-developed Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized, bare-bones computer selling in two variations for US$25 and $35 respectively — slightly less than an iPad 2 plastic cover. After the Raspberry Pi’s pre-order