The Raspberry Pi, when it first hit the market, definitely made a case for itself as being an inexpensive piece of computing that hobbyists would definitely find it to be fun tinkering around with. After all, $35 will not net you much these days, but with the Raspberry Pi, you end up with a processor, memory, input and output, and a memory card slot, now how about that. Here we are with DukePad, touted to be a rather interesting invention in the form of a Raspberry Pi-powered tablet.
Ubergizmo , DukePad Is Powered By The Raspberry Pi
, DukePad Is Powered By The Raspberry Pi