he Raspberry Pi foundation has started shipping units of the much-anticipated $35 Linux computer. The organization has already started handing out the first units and conducting educational seminars with students. The Raspberry Pi foundation was originally established with the goal of producing low-cost computers that students could use to learn computer programming. The project later attracted the interest of Linux users and embedded computing enthusiasts. The launch product is a bare board that is roughly the size of a deck of playing cards with a 700MHz ARM11 CPU and 256MB of RAM.