The Raspberry Pi – an innovative, credit-card sized, single-board computer – has been a huge hit since it was launched in February 2012. Designed to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools, more than four million have been sold. The new and improved Raspberry Pi 2 is now available. It may look very similar but has some fundamental upgrades. The processor on-board has been upgraded to a 900MHz quad-core chip and the Pi team has loaded in 1GB of RAM, which should offer at least six times the performance of the old model.
If you’re looking to trying coding with your class, this could be just the thing. We have a set of three to give away.
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