Raspberry Pi Opens For Sale In US At $25, Sells Out Completely

The $25 credit card sized computer Raspberry Pi went on sale in the United States on the eve of Easter. Texas based Allied Electronics was the first local retailer selling the $25 Raspberry Pi in the U.S. And, now it is showing zero availability; that means  that the $25 Model A has been sold out completely.

Raspberry Pi Model A


  • 256MB RAM
  • Single USB 2.0 socket
  • No Ethernet port
  • Linux operating system
  • HDMI socket
  • SD card socket
  • 3.5mm audio out socket
  • Raspberry Pi HD video camera connector
  • Size: 85.6 x 53.98 x 17mm

The Model A is a cheaper version compared to the Model B. The makers cut the price by slashing an Ethernet port and keeping the USB port limited to one only. This enabled the mini-computer to consume a third of the power compared to Model B. The Raspberry Pi Model A miniature ARM–based PC can perform many of the functions of any desktop PC. The Model A is specially made for developers of small and portable devices who do not need internet access and run on lowest possible power.

Source: Paritynews

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