We geeky Framework Training bods are big fans of the Raspberry Pi. The diminuitive but versatile UK-grown barebones computer has taken the world by storm and spawned many awesome projects, from micro breweries to musical instruments.
More importantly it has given individuals and educational establishments a cheap but powerful platform upon which to learn to program code. The General-purpose input/output (GPIO) pins are a great way to get people interested in electrical engineering too.
In response to community feedback, Raspberry Pi Foundation's Eben Upton has just announced the latest update to the Pi in the form of the Raspberry Pi B Plus
As Eben puts it, the new changes aren't ground-breaking - it's the same processor and RAM onboard, but the form-factor and onboard tech has had a number of subtle but useful improvements:
So in short, it's like a Raspberry Pi...only better.