If you happen to live in a country with unreliable electricity, you would be grateful to have a low cost laptop for use.

The Pi-Berry Laptop fits the bill. Originally created with the Raspberry Pi 2, I believe this project will be awesome to try out with the newly released Raspberry Pi 4.

The possibilities are endless.

Published by Truston Ailende

Truston Ailende is an Engineer, Entrepreneur and Educator. He has over 10 years of industry experience in ICT and has developed applications for the desktop, web and mobile. He worked as the CodeLagos Facilitator Lead from the inception of the project in April 2017 to November 2018. During those 20 months, he led the training programs for CodeLagos In School Facilitators and was responsible for the recruitment, selection, training and allocation of CodeLagos Out of School Facilitators. He has a BSC in Systems Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. He is passionate about Game Development, Simulation Programming and Robotics.

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