Raspberry Pi Zero is the Cheapest computer in the World

    Buying the cheapest computer in the world and also a very small one, now probably costs as much as a Pizza.

    The Raspberry Pi Zero coming from the UK based Raspberry Pi Foundation is the cheapest computer in the world. The Raspberry Pi Zero is going for sale at just $5 US from the UK based Rasberry Pi Foundation.The initiative is to get as many children into programming by giving then cheap and easy to use computer for them to experiment.

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    Eben Upton, founder of Rasbery Pi saus in a video in Vimeo, ""We really hope that's going to get the last few people in the door and involved in computer programming." He also said that the Raspberry Pi computer will not get cheaper than what it currently is priced at.

    Raspberry Pi Zero is the Cheapest computer in the World

    The Raspberry Pi Zero has an 1Ghz ARM11 processor core that is 40 percent faster than the original Raspberry Piwas first launched in 2012 and was sold for $35 USD. The Raspberry Piruns on Raspbian, a free Operating system that is based on Linux but is optimized for Rasberry Pi computers.

    The Raspberry PiZero is tinier that a computer infact as small as an ATM card and has a variety of ports for plugging in accessories like a Screen, Mouse and keyboard.It is only like a Motherboard or may be similar to your cabinet that you use with you monitor but very small in comparison ans has been made for the purpose of programming and not internet surfing or Entertainment. However, users will have to shell out more to be able to use the Rasberry Pi as Screens, Mouse and Keyboard are not included.

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    The Raspberry Pi is available from retailers who are based in the UK and the US.The earlier versions of Raspberry Pi are available to users in India and are sold Online. The newer version that can run Windows 10 launched in February for $35.The Raspberry Pi Foundation has been committed to the cause of programming and this is one of the reasons why it was created.

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