Raspberry Pi is two million times gone over the counter




Since the sale of the Raspberry Pi just over eighteen months ago was launched, there are two million copies of the minicomputer cheap over the counter gone. That the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced.

Raspberry Pi logo (75 pix) The two millionth copy Pi Raspberry is delivered late October, so writes the organization: who between 24 and 31 October Raspberry Pi has ordered, possibly the two millionth copy. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has not disclosed how many copies of the different versions were sold. There are two versions of the Raspberry Pi: the more expensive version has 512MB instead of 256MB memory, two instead of a USB port and an Ethernet jack.

The organization says never have expected that the two millionth copy would be sold. As soon The Raspberry Pi-millionth copy was delivered in January. The Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive computer with an ARM soc on board the size of a debit card. The device comes without storage memory, nutrition and housing, but for the rest a complete computer.
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