Raspberry Pi 2: Souped up and ready to rumble

A Raspberry Pi-led office revolution may be upon us and the $45 pocket PC could end up velcroed to monitors in some corporations running Microsoft Outlook, Word and PowerPoint.

The $35 Raspberry Pi, a tiny computer the size of a credit card. Source: News Corp Australia

When the original Raspberry Pi, an amazing single board, mobile-phone sized computer, launched in 2012, it was a source of wonder, bewilderment and excitement.

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