The BBC has made its Micro:bit computer available for everyone and anyone to purchase. The corporation was previously only working with schools to have year 7 students use the device to help understand programming. Now anyone can pre-order the Micro:bit from element14, the company that manufacturers the small device.
As noted by Engadget, orders are expected to ship in July. The main unit only costs you £13, but adding in a USB cable and some handy activities to get you started will bump the price up to £15. Once you're set up and ready to go, the world is your oyster. You'll be able to utilize sensors, LEDs, Bluetooth, and more in your quest for world domination.