Pi is a tiny computer (about the size of a credit-card) that was designed in
the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
intended to assist in teaching computer science, the Pi's accessible price
makes it popular with hobbyists/makers/hackers who use it to create everything
from Living Room PCs to Robotics Projects.
The powerful graphics
capabilities and HDMi video output make it ideal for multimedia applications
such as media centres and narrowcasting solutions. The Raspberry Pi is based on
a Broadcom BCM2835 chip. It does not feature a built-in hard disk or
solid-state drive, instead relying on an SD card for booting and long-term
you want to learn to programme, hack around with some hardware or design it in
at the core of your innovative new device. The only challenge is deciding what
you will do with yours?