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I'll let you discover by yourself first:

  • 700 Mhz CPU
  • Veru fluid 1080p playback
  • Created for learning programming (You can C# using Mono!)
  • Created for learning basic electronics (I love those GPIO pins)
  • $35. Available to 99% of the population
  • Can make kids learn programming as they are very young, leading them to very well paid jobs
  • 2 USB Ports
  • Ethernet port
  • HDMI and Composite video Output
  • Light and portable, as big as a credit card
  • The CPU will not "heat" (it will, but it won't become hot at all)
  • Runs on linux and the graphical desktop is available for graphical work
  • Can link a VMWare to it, making this a portal through another computer
  • Can be used for ULTRA LOW COST AND ENERGY server of any sort
  • My idea is, use this as a timed switch for your PC. As soon as you are home, your PC is booted up and ready!(yea, GPIO :D)
  • Can be programmed to control a project, run a central computer unit and control the whole house with only 5v 1A
  • Loving the Raspberry Pi, I'm going to order one AS SOON AS I CAN

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I got mine! Yay! Time to use PDN on it hahaha

 

 

What do you think of this?

http://www.aalto.fi/en/current/news/view/2012-09-06-003/
Towards computing with water droplets – superhydrophobic droplet logic

That's awesome, but is it something that will surpass our modern technology?

Also, have a look at this: http://michaelnielsen.org/blog/quantum-computing-for-everyone/

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