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Raspberry Pi has Manufacturing and Distribution Partnerships

Good news, Slashdot and others are reporting that Raspberry Pi has manufacturing and distribution partnerships that will enable wide-scale availability of its devices!

Eben Upton, one of the leaders of the project to make the $35, credit-card-sized single-board computers widely available to engineering students and professionals as a research platform, says two British companies, Premier Farnell and RS Components, will handle the manufacturing and distribution on behalf of Rasberry Pi.

Rasberry Pi will make a small profit from each Raspberry Pi sold, which will be put back into the UK charity organization, which is focused on creating platforms for research and development.

You can see Slashdot’s exclusive video interview with Upton here.

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One comment on “Raspberry Pi has Manufacturing and Distribution Partnerships

  1. Max3
    March 4, 2012

    Everyone is thrilled and in position to receive their Raspberry Pi devices in the upcomming days. To boots your devices, share ideas and knowledge, ask for help and have a chat take a look at http://raspberrymod.com.

    We just settled up the forum and are currently producing and shaping additional content like news and a wiki. All that with a strong focus on the different aspects of the Raspberry PI like Operating System, Hardware Hacking, Linux and mobile phones OS plus other OS like Risc OS. Our goal is to provide user generated content for beginners, techies and experts at one place with a more diversified forum structure.

    Join the discussions and bring yourself in, your thoughts are welcome!

    http://raspberrymod.com
    Cheers,
    Max3

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