The bare-bones computer model features

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A bunch of school going children  in the UK will be first ones to get  taste their hands on a model of computers known as the bare- bones computer. Elaborate what kind of computers are this?

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The bare bones computers you are talking about are being created in the hope of inspiring a new generation of technology which are kids. This eagerly anticipated computer is known as bare bones Raspberry Pi home computer. This Pi uses an Arm chip similar to mobile phones. It is intended to run a version of the Linux (open source). It will probably cost $25 (£16).

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Hi Julia Daniele,

A barebones pc kit is the basic components of a computer all in a single kit. A typical barebones computer kit will come with a case, power supply, motherboard, and processor similar to mobile phones. It is intended to run a version of the Linux open source operating system. The device will be sold in two configurations. A Model A for $25 (£16) which lacks a network connector and a Model B for $35 (£22) which does have an Ethernet socket.

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A “barebone” computer is an unassembled kit of computer parts or a partly assembled platform which allows users more customization at a much lower cost compared to a retail computer system. Barebone computers are available for desktop computers, notebooks including servers and almost any form factor. It is normally cheaper to assemble a barebone computer by hand compared to buying a pre-configured computer from a retailer.

It may also save time and labor than building a system from scratch. A basic barebone desktop computer is composed of a CPU, a case like a tower, and a pre-fitted motherboard and power supply. There are times installing an operating system is required if the one integrated into the motherboard seems to be not enough or it doesn’t have any.

You can also add a network card or a sound card but this is rare because modern motherboards often already contain these devices.

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