The Raspberry Pi Computer is a credit card sized mini PC circuit board that cost only $35. Now you can take it anywhere with the new M | Read More (RT “@Grady_Booch: Now, this is DIY computing to da max (love the 3D printed case!
WGNtv.com Why everybody wants a slice of Raspberry Pi WGNtv.com In a world where computers are increasingly powerful and are concealed within ever more glossy slabs of aluminum, theRaspberry Pi (RPi) offers surprising proof for the virtue of...
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Nathan Morgan, the founder and CEO of Parts-People.com, created this fantastic portable Raspberry Pi enclosure complete with LCD screen, battery pack, extra storage, keyboard, trackpad, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
Turn your Raspberry Pi into a tiny Linux laptop PCWorld “I just wanted to see if it was possible to make an ultraportable, mobile Raspberry Pi that you can take to go,” explained Nathan Morgan, founder and CEO of Dell laptop specialist...
Look out, Apple, there's a new ultra small laptop on the market featuring cutting- edge hardware, a solid-state hard drive, and a glowing fruit icon on the lid. (Tiny Terminal: Maker Builds a Working Raspberry Pi Laptop
Raspberry Pi auction to benefit the Centre for Computing History Connected Digital World (blog) As part of the Twelve Pis of Christmas, David Braben has chosen the Centre for Computing History as his chosen charity and you can bid on one of the...
To put on a live pyrotechnic show at a music festival, [Chris] built the FireHero 3. The result is remotely controlled flames shooting up to 100 feet in the air. The system is controlled by a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino.
The system is controlled by a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino. A server runs on the Pi and allows a remote computer to control the system. The Pi sends commands over serial to the Arduino, which switches solid state relays that actuate the valves.
David’s choice of charity to benefit from the auction of one of the first 12 pre-production Model A Raspberry Pis (and some other goodies besides) is one that we’re all very pleased to see picked out: it’s the Centre for Computing History.