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A partnership between Broadcom and the University of Cambridge, the U.K. based Raspberry Pi Foundation creates credit card-sized computers that promote learning how to code and educational research. Since the computers went on the market in 2012, Raspberry Pi has sold over eight million models and is the United Kingdom’s best-selling computer.
Setting up a Raspberry Pi is easy. Simply plug in a monitor, mouse, and keyboard, and install the computer.
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