Also, thanks to everyone who completed an entry to win one of ten Raspberry Pi boards or a Pi kit. Our team is busy sorting through the entries. We expect to randomly select and announce the winners early next week.
Speaking of Raspberry Pi, we had a lot of questions and interest around the little computer - both the kits we were selling at the show and the demos that were on display. John, the MCMer responsible for making the retro gaming system, documented the creation on our blog. It’s an easy project that can be done in a weekend and will provide hours of fun. Be sure to let us know if you create something similar! He’s also written some posts on 3D printing.
Finally here is some info around getting started with the XBMC/RaspBMC media server. Look for write-ups on the other displays from the show on our blog in the near future, including Minecraft Pi, Wireless Raspberry Pi radio with the Wolfson Audio card running pianobar and 7 Segments of Pi.
Here are the most popular bundles from the show, available on our website: