You Can Buy A New Computer For $35 Later This Month

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The first set of Raspberry Pi computers will be available for $35 on February 20, reports Ars Technica.The computer (pictured right) is a barebones device in every sense — you’ll have to supply your own monitor and Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, but after that you’ve got a feisty Linux-powered device with internals comparable to a smartphone.

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