This is quite interesting.MagPI is a new dedicated magazine for Raspberry PI will be released monthly for free. This magazine aimed to provide a variety of tutorials, articles, how to setup your Raspberry PI and much more. It has been written by many volunteers with many levels in mind. Check more information about the first issue of MagPI down below.
I honestly haven't a clue what I'll use it for But at that price I thought it would be worth getting just to see what it can do. I quite like the idea of trying to make a very small custom enclosure to fit it into as well.Are you going to use yours for a media center?
I believe that the Pi needs 5V and 700/750mAh to run and power peripherals so the above should suffice.
- Input: AC100-240W 0.1A 50-60Hz
- Output: DC 5V 1000mA MAX
http://www.raspberrypi.org/faqsFedora, Debian and ArchLinux will be supported from the start. We hope to see support from other distros later. (Because of issues with newer releases of Ubuntu and the ARM processor we are using, Ubuntu can’t commit to support Raspberry Pi at the moment.) You will be able to download distro images from us as soon as the Raspberry Pi is released, and we will also be selling pre-loaded SD cards shortly after release.
http://openelec.tv/component/k2/item/241-openelec-meets-raspberry-pi-part-1The first Rasperry Pi's boards have been shipped to their new owners and in response to high demand for an OpenELEC/XBMC image we have merged our RPi development work into our public github repository. The OpenELEC RPi project code that you can download has already been run by the XBMC team on pre-production Raspberry Pi boards so we know it can be used to build a working system
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