Meet Chip, the 'World's First $9 Microcomputer

Next Thing, the organization that propelled OTTO (a hackable gif cam) a year ago, is currently back on Kickstarter with its $9 (pretty nearly Rs. 575) microcomputer, called Chip.

Meet Chip, the 'World's First $9 Microcomputer

The Chip is an Open Hardware microcomputer of the sort promoted by the Raspberry Pi, with a solitary circuit board the extent of a Visa and no screen or console; however it can be associated with a screen and console and put to utilize. The organization touts that the Chip is the "world's first $9 PC". At the season of composing, the Kickstarter battle of Next Thing had crossed the $50,000 (roughly Rs. 32 lakh) objective and was around $620,000 (give or take Rs. 4 crore) mark.

For a vow of $9, supporters will get the Chip microcomputer single circuit board and is relied upon to begin dispatching in December this year. Sponsor can choose a discretionary VGA connector or HDMI connector by shelling out additional $19 and $25 individually. Both discretionary connectors are relied upon to begin delivering in May one year from now. Significantly, the Chip dissimilar to other comparative microcomputers accompanies Bluetooth and Wi-Fi integration fabricated in.
Meet Chip, the 'World's First $9 Microcomputer Meet Chip, the 'World's First $9 Microcomputer Reviewed by Siva Prasad Epuri on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 Rating: 5

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