The credit-card-sized Raspberry Pi was released long back in 2012 and it has grown to become one of the most popular platforms for the developers. This low-cost computer plugs into a monitor and using a standard keyboard and mouse, you can operate it like a regular PC. In part 1 of Getting Started With Raspberry Pi series, I’ll give you detailed information about the Pi and its capabilities.
You can use this small Raspberry Pi board to do everything your PC can do. You can browse the internet, play high-definition videos and play games. You can learn programming languages and explore the world of computing. The initial idea behind this tiny computer was to teach the basics of programming to children.