Pocket size, versatile, and cheap as chips, the Raspberry Pi has enjoyed blockbuster success since its launch in in February 2012. Originally designed to help promote computer science in schools, the ease at which this British designed, single-board computer can be ported into other projects has meant that a much wider demographic has taken the Raspberry Pi into their hearts. It was revealed last week that sales had crossed two million in the last week of October - roughly three months ahead of the Raspberry Pi’s projected target. Having recently struck up a deal for Java to run natively in every unit, the Raspberry Pi continues to go from strength to strength. To mark this latest sales milestone, JAXenter has compiled a rundown of ten of our favourite creative uses for the very little computer that could.