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Raspberry Pi warms up
| The volunteers of the Raspberry Pi project have, with the arrival and
| demonstration of the first alpha "Model B" boards, moved another step closer
| to their vision of creating an ARM-based, low-cost computer for education. The
| Raspberry Pi computer now has two models, and the "Model B" board being shown
| has changed somewhat from its previous appearance, losing the "USB stick"
| styling in favour of a more traditional rectangular board â the size of a
| credit card but with lots of space for mounting I/O ports. The board is based
| around the Broadcom BCM2835, a 700 Mhz "application processor", and over the
| last month the developers have been putting it through its paces. First they
| showed a demo of Quake 3 running on the Pi...
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