The eagerly anticipated Raspberry Pi home computer is about to go into production.
The $25 (£16) machine is being created in the hope that it will inspire a new generation of technology whizz kids.
The Pi uses an Arm chip similar to that found in mobile phones and is intended to run a version of the Linux open source operating system.
Test versions of finished devices are being checked and if all is well volume production will start in January.
The idea for Raspberry Pi came from video game veteran David Braben who was searching for a way to inspire young people to start a career in technology.
Mr Braben got his start in games thanks to the BBC Micro on which he, and school friend Ian Bell, created pioneering computer game Elite.
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