IRIDIS-PI

LEGO and Raspberry Pi Used To Make A Cheap Supercomputer (Sort Of)

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Professor Simon Cox and his son James have built a supercomputer of sorts using LEGO bricks to rack and stack Raspberry Pi $25 computers.

EBAY

People Are Paying How Much Extra For The “$25 Computer” At Auction?

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Eben Upton, the executive director of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, recently stood in front of a Skyrim map while making a <a href="http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/482">video</a> announcing the auction of the first ten <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2011/12/25-dollar-computer-raspberry-pi-populated-pcbs">Raspberry Pi computers</a>.

EBEN UPTON

The $25 Computer’s First Batch Is In Beta

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The <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2011/05/this-computer-costs-25">$25 Raspberry Pi</a> computer (which <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2011/08/that-25-computer-can-run-quake-iii">can run Quake III</a>) is still on track for production next year, and they've released pictures (after the break) of their first batch of beta devices.

DAVID BRABEN

Final PCB Design Revealed For The $25 Computer That Can Run Quake III

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Not pictured: Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner on lightcycles.

BUSINESS CARD

Now That’s a Business Card

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<a href="http://t4f.org/en/projects/business-card">Ramiro Pareja Veredas</a>, a telecommunications engineer from Spain, created this PCB business card to set himself apart from other job seekers.




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