Tech Teardown: How to Make a $35 PC

The fourth-generation Raspberry Pi moves from the classroom to the consumer market

The Financial Times
Jul 4 · 4 min read

By Chris Nuttall

The first personal computer named after a fruit — the Apple I — made its debut at the Homebrew Computer Club in Silicon Valley in 1976 and cost $666.66 at retail or around $3,000 in today’s money, representing a mark-up of a…

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