Saturday, July 21, 2012

From sprucing up its production to launching it in space, Raspberry Pi is grabbing
headlines everywhere.

We reported yesterday that Raspberry Pi
has launched its operation system, Raspbian and now there is another browser for the credit card sized computer. Hexxeh, the developer of Chromium announced the beta version of the Chromium browser for Raspberry Pi. A post on reads: “Chromium binaries are now available
for you to download and try out.

These will ONLY work on Raspbian images,
if you're running Squeeze or anything that isn't hardfp, don't even think about it. Whilst it's not required, using the 224MB memory split, overclocking your Pi and using a fast USB stick or SD card for your root file system will improve your browsing experience. I've had the blog frontpage load in as little as 5 seconds by combining all three of these.”

Raspberry Pi is available for pre-order for
Indian users through the Element14 website at
a price of Rs 2350. The pre-order was opened
in March, which has gained huge response.
Infact, as soon as the pre-order was opened,
the company was reportedly selling 700 units
per second.

Read More Here :
Now Chromium Browser Beta For Raspberry Pi

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