Welcome Raspberry Pi 2!

Today I found out that a sequel of the famous Raspeberry Pi has been released, more powerful and more capable of connecting to all sorts of external hardware. Still a very low price for a fully functional computer, the Raspberry Pi is only $35.

What’s awesome about it is that Microsoft announced they will create a special Windows 10 version that will be free for all Raspberry Pi mini computers. The operating system will be launched later this year. Raspberry Pi has been created to support innovators in electrical engineering who accelerate the Internet of Things trend. It has also been used in schools and universities in order to teach children the beauty of coding.

With twice as much RAM and an improved processor, the new computer now allows better performance and enables developers to create more powerful apps and discover new opportunities. Below you can view a nice and short presentation video from Element 14, the main distributor of Raspberry Pi.