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Question: Is there anything you can't do with raspberry pi?
Asked by Matt11 to Stefan on 21 Nov 2014.
answered on 21 Nov 2014:
That you can’t do with a normal computer? Absolutely – it has a 700 MHz clock speed which means it is fairly limited for demanding applications. But it is really useful for writing code and reading in data from external sensors and devices.
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