The Raspberry Pi, a portable single-board computer, was originally created with the intention to promote computer science education in schools in lesser developed countries. Although it comes without keyboard, mouse, monitor, etc., the portability, affordability and ease of use meant that anyone could have access to the facilities that an average CPU provides. Initially a project of modest aspirations, the Raspberry Pi's popularity has propelled it to becoming the highest selling British computer (selling over 18 million by March 2018).
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