Raspberry Pi wants to put programming in the palm of your hand, and it just got a whole lot more affordable.
Raspberry Pi began as a company aiming to encourage more people to explore and understand the world of programming. Their mission has been to make it possible at any income level. Their flagship device proved that with a sticker price of about $30.
That still seemed limiting for some. So, they created something to take away nearly anyone’s financial limitation. They now have the Pi Zero, available for everyone at only $5.
But wait…if you pick up a copy of their PiMag, you can get the Zero for its aptly-named price of $0.
Intrigued? Check out their site for more information on what you’d get for a crisp Lincoln.
Source: Raspberry Pi Blog