Raspberry Pi has just announced that people have bought more than 10 million of its low-cost, extremely small computers. To celebrate, it is launching a starter kit that bundles together an optical mouse, keyboard, power supply, SD card and cables for £99. The only thing users will need to get it up and running as a real computer is a screen.
The Raspberry Pi microcomputers were initially conceived as a way to get underprivileged students interested in computing. They have also proven to be very popular with hobbyists, including many who use the boards for Internet of Things (IoT) projects.