The Raspberry Pi has always fascinated me and it's extremely accessible. I have a couple of Zeros at home, $5 computers that you can extend in a number of ways. The biggest problem I've encountered has always been around the peripherals with some keyboards and mice needing more power than is available. I've been through more power adapters and peripherals than I'd like but I have a set that work but this new offering takes all of the headache out of it.
At £67, it's an unbelievable price for a computer.
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