You’ve likely heard of it if you have ever been involved with tech. Raspberry pie, a $35 Linux mini PC. The mini PC’s versatility is praised by its project-friendly features. You can even connect it with a TV or monitor to use it as an actual computer. It is a great way for you to improve your programming and repair skills. It’s also affordable. Although global supply chain issues directly affected production of this single board computer, and we won’t get a new Raspberry Pi 5 by 2023, there is still hope.
In a blog postEben Urpton, Raspberry Pi CEO, has set aside just over 100,000 units this holiday season for individual sales. Upton suggests that you only purchase from authorized resellers. rpilocatorTo check for new stock arrivals. They expect stocks to return in the second half 2023 to their pre-pandemic levels. The good news is that things are looking up. However, some models have seen an increase in their prices.
Cost Raspberry Pi ZeroIncreased from $5 to $10 zero w$10 to $15 This is a direct consequence of the global supply-chain crisis. The company expects to return “availability” to 2023, which will mean that you can buy as many of these products as you wish. Although things are improving, the Raspberry Pi will remain in recovery mode for a while so don’t be surprised if there are no new releases. Tom’s Hardware reportsUpton stated emphatically that he didn’t expect Pi 5 next spring.
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