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Linux-Powered C.H.I.P. Tiny SBC Will be the World's First $8 Computer

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Remember the world's tiniest computer that goes by the name of C.H.I.P.? Of course you do, it is the world's cheapest single-board computer (SBC) ever made, available for purchase for only $9 (€8.4).

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