I apologize up front.
If your expecting a techie, talking about the spec of the Pi and launching in to electronics and programming this is not the article for you. I will write other articles of me having some fun covering that side.
Why am I doing this ?
Recently I have been having some ideas to play around with and when doing searches something called a Raspberry Pi kept appearing in the results.
After a while it set my mind thinking.
Whilst it clearly is great for the techies and frustrated hardware engineers, myself included, I thought I wonder if this could be used as a real alternative to a PC.
This is where my wife enters the picture. She is an intelligent, well educated woman who hates tech with a passion, to the point of I think she would prefer having teeth pulled than learn about IT.
So a little challenge formed, I wonder if I could make it such that she could use it and as far as possible enjoy doing so.