The Raspberry Pi Foundation, a U.K.-based nonprofit organization that makes cheap, bare-necessities computer processors released its cheapest product - a $5 computer called Pi Zero - last week. According to Wired magazine, the computer includes a MiniHDMI port, two MicroUSB ports and a processor clocked at 40 percent faster than the original full-size Pi. It also has a micro-SD slot for storage and runs on Linux optimized for the Raspberry. The Zero sold out in less than a day. Users can connect it to TVs or another device with the use of a keyboard. It also allows users to play games or open HD videos.