(Translated via Google)… When I was in the Elektor the first time by the Raspberry Pi ‘ve read, was immediately clear: Such a thing I must have! After many months of waiting until the “market” and then again a few weeks to ship from China was finally here, huh’m happier now Raspi owners. After the first few games then had a case once ran slowly to the Computerchen also use the “serious” can. Because let’s face it: Anyone who likes always a bunch of cables and a small, bare board and now a Steckernetzeil ‘NER keyboard back and herschleppen …?
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Google translate is really strange. This is a real translation, with greetings from Germany:
Als ich damals in der Elektor das erste Mal vom Raspberry Pi gelesen habe, war sofort klar: So ein Ding muss ich haben!
When I first read in a computer magazine of the raspberry pi, was immediately obvious: I need to get one!
Nach vielen Monaten Wartezeit bis zur “Marktreife” und dann nochmal einigen Wochen bis das Schiff aus China endlich hier war, bin nich nun glücklicher Raspi-Besitzer.
After many months of “time to market” and then another few weeks until the ship from China was finally here, I am now finally happy owner.
den ersten Spielereien musste dann mal langsam ein Gehäuse ran, um das Computerchen auch “ernsthaft” benutzen zu können.
After some fiddling I wanted a case to use the little computer “for real”.
Denn mal ehrlich: Wer mag schon immer einen Haufen Kabel und eine kleine, nackte Platine inzwischen einem Steckernetzeil und ‘ner Tastatur hin- und herschleppen…?
Because frankly: who likes to lug around a lot of cables and a small naked PCB with a wallwart and a keyboard?