A new computer, the size of a credit card, hopes to reignite interest in programming.
The Raspberry Pi Model B device goes on sale today for $35, the BBC reported, including two USB ports, WiFi, Ethernet and HDMI ports and 256MBs of RAM.
The device has drawn attention from hobbyists and educators, hoping to reinvigorate interest in the programming industry in the UK.
"Today's sales are limited to one per customer, so that as many of you as possible are able to get their hands on one," the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced on their website.
"This first launch is aimed at software and hardware enthusiasts, makers, teachers and others who want to build exciting things with the Raspberry Pi before the official educational launch, which will happen later in 2012."