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Our Raspberry Pi Museum

September 20, 2019

Today we made a Raspberry Pi "museum" on a laser cut piece of acrylic.  This board documents all the major revisions of the Raspberry Pi, including:

We had many of these Pi's floating around in a desk drawer and figured it would be nice to showcase them.  Pro tip- if you want to show something off to the Internet, don't use clear acrylic...this made it quite hard to get a decent photograph!




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