25-dollar-computer-palm-sized-youtubeA new product from the British nonprofit Raspberry Pi Foundation aims to put a working computer into children’s hands — and it literally would fit in their hands — for the ultra-low cost of $25 per device.

Created by game developer David Braben of Rollercoaster Tycoon fame, the fully functional Linux PC has a 700 MHz processor with 128 megabytes of SDRAM.

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