Fri Mar 2 12:13:44 CET 2012
> ... a $35 Erlang machine with Ethernet ...
--if based on Raspberry-Pi, would be called "Raspberry-e", wouldn't it?
On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 8:48 AM, G Bulmer <gbulmer@REDACTED> wrote:
> The Raspberry-Pi went on sale for $35. They sold the first batch of 10,000
> very, very quickly:
> IMHO, a $35 Erlang machine with Ethernet, and no moving parts (boots from
> SD) is very interesting.
> It has some digital I/O available, and low-level interfaces like SPI and
> I2C, so it should talk to accelerometers, and gyro's, making it good fun for
> robots, or maybe home automation.
> Farnell quoted 23rd April for mine.
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