Monday, February 29, 2016

Popular computing

The title of "most popular British made computer" was surpassed last week when the Raspberry Pi (the bare-bones machine pictured above) racked up more than 8 million units in sales, beating the previous holder, a 1980's relic, the Amstrad PCW. The Raspberry pi also got an upgrade this week too; a new machine with what looks like 2X more powerful everything and still selling for the same price, roughly £25, a great British success story.

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