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The Raspberry Pi has finally launched the cheaper $25 Model A version of its Linux-based PC in the US after previously launching the Model A in Europe in February.
The Raspberry Pi has finally launched the cheaper $25 Model A version of its Linux-based PC in Europe that's missing parts that are in the $35 Model B version of the PC.
The first samples of the $25 version of the Raspberry Pi Linux PC are now being made and the Raspberry Pi Foundation says they hope to being selling the device in early 2013.