After Raspberry Pi's troublesome launch and given the fact that developers still can't satisfy the demand, users will be happy to hear that a testing version of Debian is now available for the mini-pc.
According to a blog post on The Raspberry Pi Foundation website, a Debian Wheezy version for Raspberry Pi mini PC can be downloaded and tested by the users (previous distributions were based on Squeeze).
The modified Linux distribution comes with some interesting features out of the box such as Scratch, Python, the Midori internet browser, a configuration tool for common initial setup tasks, USB drives auto mount, omxplayer, and much more.
Raspberry Pi relies on an ARM processor with a clock speed of 700 MHz, 256 MB of RAM, an SD card slot and a 5V Micro USB connector that supplies the power. It also features RCA and HDMI ports.
More details about the distribution can be found in the official announcement
. Keep in mind that the provided OS is just for testing and most likely will not be upgradeable to a stable version.