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Old 11-25-2013, 11:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Little devil: Electric Imp is an Internet of Things Wi-Fi PC-ON-AN-SD-CARD


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The card micro that makes connecting projects to the cloud easyReview Most products’ origins are prosaic: an inventor or a suit spots a gap in the market and attempts to fill it. Other products, however, have rather more bizarre beginnings. A case in point: Electric Imp came about because co-founder Hugo Fiennes wanted to connect the lights in his new bathroom to the internet.…

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