There it is! A credit card size computer that costs just USD35. I picked up an old keyboard, mouse and display monitor and hooked it all up to the Raspberry Pi. Also used a spare phone micro-usb charger and spare SDcard. I had to buy a HDMI to DVI cable adaptor for the monitor since I did not have one. It cost about USD15. My “new” computer runs the Linux Debian distro. Yes, it is a fully functional computer that can run HD video, surf the web, play Quake 3, run open office applications, send email and so on. The Raspberry Pi was created to revolutionize computer science education and it just might do that.