Raspberry PI Zero, Free with MagPI magazine.

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Raspberry PI Zero, Free with MagPI magazine.

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But a mini Raspberry PI, Raspberry PI Zero, free with MagPI magazine...

Shrinking to Zero: The Raspberry Pi gets smaller - BBC News

Fantastic for a simple Raspbian Debian based project...
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