Could This $25 Computer Solve The Innovation Gap?

Could This $25 Computer Solve The Innovation Gap?

The Raspberry Pi will target the education market providing a platform for children to manipulate and program computers.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 3 january 2012

A recent article from Business Insider turned our attention to the Raspberry Pi, a $25 computer developed by a non-profit foundation, and intended for the education market. The Pi was conceived as a means of facilitating kids’ learning to manipulate and program computers — citing Cambridge University’s challenge in recruiting sufficiently qualified applicants, and a more nationalist problem of not producing sufficient engineering graduates.

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