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Raspberry Pi founder has plans for a sequel in 2015

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Raspberry Pi Founder Eben Upton plans to launch a sequel to the hit $35 ARM-based handheld computer in 2015.

Upton, founder of the UK-based charity, and winner of the reader-voted IT Pro 2012 award for Tech Leader of the Year, told us that a portfolio of devices will develop over time, and the price of boards will likely drop to $20.

"A hardware refresh in early 2015 is feasible,” he told IT Pro. “We’re doing the Model A for $25 next year – I imagine in 2-3 years’ time it'll be possible to do a board for $20."

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