C.H.I.P. is a device that has the ability to complete the same tasks as your standard desktop but at a fraction of a fraction of the cost and size

The size and cost of computers has stayed comparatively the same over the past five years and now, similarly to Steve Jobs and his initial small team at Apple, a few guys in a garage in Oakland, CA have created a tiny computer that is set to retail at only $9.

C.H.I.P. is a portable pocket chip computer that functions in the same way as day-to-day devices. And yes, the descriptor “pocket” is no exaggeration:

It is designed to work with any screen no matter how old or what size and connects via the built-in composite output or a simple adapter for either VGA or HDMI.

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