A new, cheaper model of the Raspberry Pi Linux computer on a stick is now on sale in Europe, delivering a tiny computer for an even more affordable $25.
The "Model A" micro PC is now out in Europe, available to buy from RS components for $10 less than the "Model B" Raspberry Pi. The new model ditches the Ethernet port, but has a single USB socket and 256MB of RAM.
On its official blog, the creators of the U.K.-built device explain that the stripped-down computer would come in handy for tinkerers looking to build machines that are powered by a battery or solar power, because it uses "roughly a third" as much power as the existing Model B.
RS customers outside Europe can order a Model A now, but will face a short delay before receiving the product.
Read more of "Raspberry Pi Model A costs £19, makes sun-powered robots" at Crave UK.