Deals: Learn To Program With The World’s Smallest Linux Computer

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Who needs textbooks when you can build your programming skills with this pint-sized computer? The VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer is the world’s smallest Linux computer, but its potential is huge.

You can fully customise your VoCore2 by writing code in Java, Python, Ruby, JavaScript, and more. Use it to stream music, act as a VPN gateway, and even serve as a home security system if you connect it to a web cam. Its applications are virtually endless, giving you plenty of ways to practice your programming skills.

Get the VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer for only $56.44 AUD [$42.99 USD], marked down from the regular $50 price.

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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