With over 14 million devices sold in 6 years, the Raspberry Pi has climbed up the ranks to the best-selling British computer in history.
The Raspbarry Pi was originally designed as an educational tool but is now also used in industrial applications. It has helped thousands of children around the world to learn about electronics and to get started with coding software.
The Royal Academy writes:
“The Raspberry Pi Foundation, through its easy to use, credit card-sized microcomputers, is redefining how people learn about and engage with computers. From initially setting out to help increase the number of computer science applicants to the University of Cambridge, the Raspberry Pi team has put the power of computing into the hands of people all over the world.
By doing so, they are helping to ensure future generations are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future.”
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