Got a Raspberry Pi computer board? Got a 3D printer? Congratulations, you’ve got all you need to make your very own awesome handheld game console.
Anyone who’s anyone these days have their own app store, so why not Raspberry Pi? The tiny, low power open source computer has its own set of technical limitations for gaming, so the Raspberry Pi store will help simplify the process of finding games and apps that can run on your Raspberry Pi model.
At the end of this month, the company Raspberry Pi will be launching a $25 desktop computer. Yup, that’s it above. For $25, you get a case-less motherboard with an input and an output that runs Linux. Raspberry Pi hopes the super cheap computer will be embraced as a low-power basic desktop alternative or the hub for an entertainment PC or any number of other uses.