To kick off this blog I am publishing some high resolution macro photographs of two Raspberry Pi model B computers. Since I have one from RS and one from Farnell it seemed like a good idea to put some good quality photos of the product out there. I’ve already put these on the Raspberry Pi wiki, so they are now out there under the Creative Commons attribution deed. You may use them as you wish as long as you put
© Alex Eames 2012 (Creative Commons)
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The Raspberry Pi is a very inexpensive ($35) credit card sized computer based on a Broadcom SoC with ARM and a powerful full HD capable GPU. It has been designed with the intention of helping to generate accessible interest in programming. It has generated a phenomenal amount of publicity and interest worldwide.
But there’s plenty of sites which cover all that. Here we’re going to try and help people learn a bit about how to set up and use the Pi itself.