Chris Dance is the co-founder of Papercut Software, a business that attempts to digitise workplaces and get rid of paper waste.
Dance says his favourite piece of technology isn’t something that he uses every day, but a small computer built by an organisation attempting to make the cheapest computers possible.
“Raspberry Pi is a non-profit company that builds a tiny little computer for 20 bucks, that you plug into your television. It has all sorts of applications on it.”
“It’s basically for hobbyists, for people who teach computer skills in third world countries. The concept or aim for this whole thing is really interesting. It’s basically to get the best computer for the cheapest price possible.”