What is Raspberry Pi?

A recent subject called into question by the Department of Education is, the practicality of current ICT education in schools – in particular, computer programming. Yesterday saw the release of a product that aims to address this imbalance. A computer the size of a credit card? The Raspberry Pi is a very-low cost, low-power bare bones ‘computer-on-a-board’, designed as an entry-level platform, perfect for coding in schools. The current version (model ‘B’) features: an ARM 700 MHz CPU 256 MB RAM a VideoCore 4 GPU an Ethernet port 2 USB ports HDMI and RCA Video outputs a SD Card slot All… read more →

Posted on 1st March 2012 by Darren Wallace