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Raspberry Pi 400 Reflects The 80s

LONDON: Makers of the popular Raspberry Pi computer have revealed yet another iteration of the device – a whole computer contained in a keyboard.

It’s the latest product from Raspberry, where you just connect it to a monitor, and you’re ready to go.

The idea harks back to the 1980s. Remember the ZX Spectrum, the Commodore Amiga or the BBC Micro?

The 2020 version is the Pi 400 will cost its many enthusiasts just  £67 or YS$86, or £95 or A$122 with a mouse and cables.

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