The Raspberry Pi is a super cheap computer the size of your palm. It costs less than USD50 and you can program it to run your own games and play back videos. You can hook it up to a monitor and keyboard. It runs on a Linux OS and supports the Python programming language. Pre-orders have skyrocketed in the number of tens of thousands even before the manufacturing has started. It is designed with the intention of being a low cost means to teach computer science in schools. There’s potential for it to revolutionize the hobbyist, educational and creative industries for the limitless possibilities it offers for experimentation and learning. Here’s looking at you, Raspberry Pi.