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Raspberry Pi, la computadora más pequeña

Por el I.T Guy

Raspberry PI es la computadora más pequeña y económica en el mercado. Fue diseñada en Inglaterra en febrero del 2015.Este microchip fue diseñado para promover la enseñanza de cómputo. Raspberry PI, que solo puede comprarse por internet, ha acaparado la atención de entusiastas de programación de software libre.

La pequeña computadora ha sido adoptada por los gamers, puesto que les permite disfrutar de juegos retro de video, consolas y hasta juegos de maquinitas. La Raspberry PI también está siendo utilizada para la automatización de hogares, como controladora de cámaras de seguridad y robóticas.

Los compradores están encontrando todo tipo de usos para esta computadora del tamaño de una tarjeta de crédito.

Esta es una de las computadoras de usos múltiples con mayores ventas. Por el bajo costo de $39.99, la Raspberry PI ha vendido más de 19 millones de unidades en tan solo 3 años. Todos los programas que han sido diseñados para esta pequeña computadora están disponibles en línea de manera gratuita para su sistema operativo Linux.

La Raspberry PI también está siendo usada masivamente para controlarlos centros de entretenimiento o cines caseros.

 

RaspberryPi 3b+ Technical Specs

- 1.4 GHZ 64-bit Quad Core Processor

- 1Gigabyte Ram

- Dual Band 2.4 GHz and 5GHz IEEE802.11b/g/n/ac

- Wireless Lan

- 1Ethernet port

- A micro SD card Class 10 will function as the hard disk

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