Raspberry Pi 2 – Hands On Videos

The long awaited Raspberry Pi 2 has been launched today, it’s faster and has more ram than it’s predecessors so you’ll be able to more with it for the same price. The Linux operating systems and drivers will need some tweeks to get the best out of the new board but your code and projects should be able to migrate without issue.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation plans to keep making the original boards so you’ll not be left behind if you don’t upgrade.
I have to confess that I’ve not yet plugged in the Pi that I received free last year but I have been wondering if I can use it for a digital microscope.

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