The Raspberry Pi micro-computer can’t compete with the latest all-in-ones, ultrabooks, and towers hitting the market. But it’s not supposed to. The bare-bones device was created to be a gateway to development for kids and hobbyists. Still, that doesn’t mean the low-powered learning device should be precluded from hardware upgrades.
What is a Raspberry Pi and why you should care? February 29th, 2012, the technology world’s eyes are on the release of the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 or on the latest iPad 3 rumors. We don’t know exactly how these products will turn out but we can be sure of one thing: They’ll cost a pretty penny. On the same day, the non-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation released a bare-boned, Linux-powered computer that costs between $25 and $35.
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Pinguy OS is basically a heavily modified Ubuntu with an emphasis on the out-of-the-box functionality of the OS and more importantly on the look-good factor. And I got to tell you folks, on every count, my experience with Pinguy OS was well above average.