Engineers hope to make coding as easy as Pi

Just two years ago a group of Cambridge engineers created the Raspberry Pi - their aim was to make a very cheap computer that youngsters could programme - and learn how it works.

They've since sold almost 4 million of them... And now they've brought out a new version -"the A plus." At just under 20 pounds it's the cheapest computer they've produced.

Click below to watch the report by Stuart Leithes