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The Raspberry Pi, shown in its full glory in Figure 8-1, is one of computing’s modern marvels-a credit-card-sized single board computer, capable of running Linux, its applications, and capable of handling playback of HD video. Launched on Febuary 29, 2012, it has now been released in three different versions, with the current two versions being the Model A (256 Mbyte with USB) and the Model B (512 Mbyte, with 2 x USB and Ethernet). For the sake of an extra $10, there’s no reason to not consider the Model B! Neither machine is sold with a power supply, case, keyboard, mouse, or anything necessary to make it work (which provides users with their first dose of education!), so it is as cheap as it could possibly be.
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Although some web cameras (particularly HD ones) have been known to cause issues, since the Rapsberry Pi CPU isn’t as capable of handling them as one might like!
These were originally added by the factory at Sony to aid their production processes.
A partial list of these alternatives can be found at http://www.bigboardlist.com .
Many jurisdictions have a minimum distance for power sockets to taps, for example.
A variety of chips can be used with the Gertboard (48A/PA, 88A/PA, 168A/PA, 328/P) but none are supplied with it.
- Raspberry Pi
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