Matt Manning was recently at the Raspberry Pi Foundation giving a presentation on the Pi Community to the assembled educators. While he was there he interviewed James Adams, the Foundation’s director of hardware, about the Compute Module. This is a great interview as it clears up a little bit of the reasoning behind the module and the expected uses for it. The Compute Module will be around $30. The development I/O board will be considerably more than that and more in line with other development boards that currently exist for other platforms. Watch the interview here.