Commodore 64 owners rejoice: The 1541 is BACK – The Register

The Register Commodore 64 owners rejoice: The 1541 is BACK The Register A near perfect emulation of the 1541 floppy drive has been released, and you need only a Raspberry Pi and a soldering iron to rock the 1980s once again. Thankfully, the emulator does not recreate the 1541's unfortunate habit of dying early and often.

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Raspberry Pi sales hit 11 million – and could overtake Commodore 64 – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Raspberry Pi sales hit 11 million – and could overtake Commodore 64 Belfast Telegraph He said the Raspberry Pi was popular in the UK because it “tapped into” a strong sense of computing among adults that stretched back to the 1980s and is being passed to the next generation. “It would be disappointing if 11 million was where we stop … and more »

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Raspberry Pi 2 review – Alphr

Alphr Raspberry Pi 2 review Alphr The Raspberry Pi has been a tremendous success story, ever since the low-cost development board first appeared in 2012.

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Raspberry Pi 2 review – the Pi you didn’t know you wanted – PC Pro

PC Pro Raspberry Pi 2 review – the Pi you didn't know you wanted PC Pro The Raspberry Pi has been a tremendous success story, ever since the low-cost development board first appeared in 2012. Among enthusiasts and educators it's sparked an interest in “real” computing, unseen since the halcyon days of the 1980s, and it's

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REVIEW: Raspberry Pi 2 – Tech Digest

The Australian REVIEW: Raspberry Pi 2 Tech Digest When the original Raspberry Pi was first announced, its creators spoke of how they wanted to recreate the bedroom coding culture of the 1980s – whereby individuals coding alone could learn to code with ease, and possibly even create the Next Big Thing. Faster Raspberry Pi looks set to gain wider appeal The Australian all 2 news articles

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REVIEW: Raspberry Pi 2 – Tech Digest

The Australian REVIEW: Raspberry Pi 2 Tech Digest When the original Raspberry Pi was first announced, its creators spoke of how they wanted to recreate the bedroom coding culture of the 1980s – whereby individuals coding alone could learn to code with ease, and possibly even create the Next Big Thing. Faster Raspberry Pi looks set to gain wider appeal The Australian all 2 news articles

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