Now that the first 10,000 Raspberry Pi computers are being shipped the fun can really begin - using the tiny, low-cost devices as the basis for exciting computing projects.
Already the Raspberry Pi developer forums are alive with ambitious ideas ranging from Pi-powered arcade machines and drones to the home automation and low-cost tablets.
TechRepublic wants to know what you are planning to do with your Raspberry Pi, whether it's a modest programming project or something more ambitious.
If you'd like to share your plans (and photos if you have them) email nick dot heath at techrepublic.com and we'll round-up the best.
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