Consider using cheap Chromebook and Raspberry Pi devices for VDI TechTarget The financial benefits of using cheap Chromebooks, which come as low as $149 and Raspberry Pi devices, which sell for under $50, are undeniable. But some of the other benefits, such as improved security and device management, might be just as …
PCWorld Meet Snickerdoodle, an affordable, powerfully maker-focused Raspberry Pi rival PCWorld The $35 Raspberry Pi mini-PC serves as a cheap, yet damn fine introduction to both computer programming and the joys of what's become known as “making”—using cheap, sensor-laden computer boards to power devices that interact with the world.
Hackaday Using Cheap Displays With The Raspberry Pi Hackaday The Raspberry Pi B+ has a native VGA connection. Sure, it's hidden away in binary blobs and device trees, and you need to wire up the GPIO pins just right, but it's possible to connect a VGA monitor to a Raspi B+ naively
SlashGear MinnowBoard Max lures DIY users with Intel Atom E3185 or E3825 CPU SlashGear DIY types that like to build up various small PCs or other projects using cheap and compact hardware have several options on the market today. One of those options is the Raspberry Pi