Pi-Top, a London-based startup that (spoiler alert) creates Raspberry Pi-powered laptops, today announced its latest-generation model, which lets users hack on the popular single-board computer from virtually everywhere. The new Pi-Top laptop is based on the Raspberry Pi 3, which packs a quad-core 1.2Ghz ARM CPU, 1GB of RAM, and crucially, BlueTooth and Wi-Fi radios. In addition, it boasts between eight to ten hours of battery life (contingent on usage, and a large 14-inch 1080p screen. Arguably, the most interesting part is the device’s keyboard. At first glance, the Pi-Top looks like a conventional laptop. However, you can slide it…

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