Raspberry Pi has released a line of stellar hardware over the years. From the larger computer chips they began prototyping in 2006, they've since managed to build the more Apple TV-sized Raspberry Pi available today.
For those of you uninitiated, the Raspberry Pi, in all it's versions on sale today, is a programmable mini computer, basically a chip about the size of your palm. They're shipped with I/O ports like USB 3.0, HDMI, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. They're also shipped as blank slates, so you can load configure them any way you want. Program the Pi as a fully functioning desktop, and hide it behind a corner of your monitor. Need more storage options? build it as a wireless storage unit instead; hook it up to a storage drive, sync it to your WiFi and boom, you've got wireless storage in your home. And all of that for around US $25 - $30.Raspberry Pi Zero, made in Wales and priced at just $5.
Broadcom BCM2835 application processor clocked in at 1GHz (ARM11 core that’s 40% faster than Raspberry Pi 1)
512MB LPDDR2 SDRAM
microSD Card Slot
miniHDMI Output (1080p 60 fps)
microUSB Ports (Data and Power)
Unpopulated composite video header and unpopulated 40 pin GPIO header