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3G-enabled Raspberry Pi could soon be a reality

SparqEE developing a 3G add-on for Raspberry Pi, would give the tiny system Internet connectivity

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Aug 5, 2013 7:30 am

If you've been wanting 3G connectivity on the super-cheap Raspberry Pi, your dreams could soon come true. A company called SparqEE are developing an add-on for Raspberry Pi that would allow a SIM card to be inserted.

 

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The startup are going to launch their project on Kickstarter for crowdfunding, with the unique ability of selling users low-cost SIM cards that they could use in their Raspberry Pis since the company has "contracted with a worldwide SIM provider" that can deliver global SIM cards on the cheap.

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