If the Raspberry Pi is still too expensive for your inner cheapskate, there's a new contender on the block, and its makers are hawking it as the first-ever $9 computer. It's called CHIP, and it is a complete computer small enough to fit in the palm of one's hand. It can be used just like a regular computer, with users being able to hook up a keyboard, mouse, display, and power supply. There’s on-board storage, and its makers show it being used to create and save documents and play games, among other things. There’s also a cool accessory that goes alongside it, allowing the computer to be used portably.