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June 7, 2013 AT 12:01 am

What People Are Using That $35 ‘Raspberry Pi’ Computer For #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Our own Becky Stern makes an appearance in this article by Dylan Love via businessinsider.com:

The Raspberry Pi is a Linux computer that costs just $35, making it a perfect computer for the electronics hobbyist or tinkerers. Kids are learning to program on them.

Although a little basic on its own, people are interfacing it with other devices and technology to really unlock some potential.

Over at Reddit, users took turns sharing what they actually use the robust little device for.

Brave DIY types, take note!

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