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What Ubuntu Can Take Away From The Raspberry Revolution

When it comes to cheap, affordable computing, there hasn’t been much success so far. That does not mean that there haven’t been any efforts in this department; on the contrary, many vendors, and even governments have tried to come out with cheap, affordable computers that are accessible to all. However, those efforts haven’t been as successful as Raspberry Pi, which, has now been deemed as BBC Micro 2.0. Read more here

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  1. Pingback by Ubuntu News Watch | What Ubuntu Can Take Away From The Raspberry Revolution — March 10, 2012 @ 9:26 pm

    [...] What Ubuntu Can Take Away From The Raspberry Revolution ShareTweet Print PDF When it comes to cheap, affordable computing, there hasn’t been much success so far. That does not mean that there haven’t been any efforts in this department; on the contrary, many vendors, and even governments have tried to come out with cheap, affordable computers that are accessible to all. However, those efforts haven’t been as successful as Raspberry Pi, which, has now been deemed as BBC Micro 2.0. Read more here Ubuntu-News – Your one stop for news abou&#116… [...]

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