30 Jul '14, 5pm

A Real Raspberry Pi Clone (Not ‘Inspired By’)

A Real Raspberry Pi Clone (Not ‘Inspired By’)

A few years ago, Broadcom had a pretty nice chip – the BCM2835 – that could do 1080 video, had fairly powerful graphics performance, run a *nix at a good click, and was fairly cheap. A Broadcom employee thought, “why don’t we build an educational computer with this” and the Raspberry Pi was born. Since then, Broadcom has kept that chip to themselves, funneling all of them into what has become a very vibrant platform for education, tinkering, and any other project that could use a small Linux board. Recently, Broadcom has started to sell the BCM2835 to anyone who has the cash and from the looks of it, real Raspberry Pi clones are starting to make their way into the marketplace

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/07/30/a-real-raspberry-pi-clone-...

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