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A capable little PC for spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video.

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Very affordable and portable

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Great as a home media center

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It is a fantastic platform on which kids (or anyone) can learn to program and work

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It can play all of the 1080p videos

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It holds 512 MB of RAM

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It works for games, HD video, word-processing and spreadsheets

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It plugs into a keyboard or TV to provide a miniature ARM-based PC

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This unit will not give you all that you need to operate the system. you will need an HDMI monitor, a power supply, USB hub, USB mouse, and USB keyboard for a set up.

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Only includes the computer board

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Does not include a solid-state drive or a built-in hard disk

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Does not include an operating system, a power supply, a keyboard, an SD card, cables or a case

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The Raspberry Pi (Model B) is a computer board that holds 512 megabytes of RAM. This miniature ARM-based PC goes into the USB port of a keyboard or a TV for use with games, high-definition video, spreadsheets and word-processing. This computer board was designed to work with Linux kernel based operating systems. 

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    At a minimum, HDMI monitor (or DVI monitor with an HDMI to DVI converter cable), a power supply, USB hub, USB mouse, and USB keyboard.

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This computer board has 512 megabytes of RAM. It was designed with a Broadcom BCM2835 SoC. This design has a VideoCore IV GPU and an ARM1176JZF-S 700 MHz processor. It can be installed with its two mounting holes and the USB data ports provide power. It also includes a reset circuit. This computer board works with an SD card instead of a drive or built-in hard disk; the SD card is not included.  

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This computer board was launched in early 2012. Part of the purpose of this product is to advance computer learning in emerging areas like India. Nonetheless, most of them have gone to the US and UK (1- to 1.2 million by April 2013, reports TechCrunch). 

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