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Raspberry Pi anyone?

Anyone order or get the new Rasberry Pi? I'm still waiting. Even though it's a fun project, I think these will turn out to be toys for people who already have PC's, and a boon to those who do not.

But that is not stopping me. If my wallet holds out, maybe I can build a Raspberry Pi beowulf cluster on a small scale.
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I know a lucky <redacted> who got two of them when it was still a kickstarter project. He's quite happy with them, using one for a massive video-streaming NAS and building another into his car.

Nobody's even bothered returning my messages about preordering one. I think I'm out of luck for while a while. Smilie

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