The tiny, super-cheap PC is largely aimed at teaching kids how computers work and hopefully getting them interested in programming. It makes sense, then, that one of the first of the sought-after unitswent to the Boreatton Scout Troop, 10 members of which are in a robotics team that competes with similar groups internationally.
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