Items tagged with Model A

If you snooze you lose, and so it goes with the $25 Model A version of the Raspberry Pi, a credit card sized Linux PC that became available to purchase in the U.S. on Easter Sunday. Despite the holiday being a time to relax, plenty of people in the U.S. saw fit to fork over their financial information and order the Model A, which is now sold out. Texas-based Allied Electronics listed both the Model A and slightly more expensive Model B ($35) yesterday morning, and both are out of stock at the time of this writing. "Due to limited supply of the Raspberry Pi Model A, we are not offering pre-orders... Read more...
If you’ve been itching to get your hands on the $25 Model A version of the Raspberry Pi, your wait is almost over. In fact, you can buy one today if you’re in Europe. The folks at Raspberry Pi are making the new computer available at RS Components and Premier Farnell in Europe (and only for orders in Europe) at the moment, but an announcement on the company blog assures the rest of the world that they’ll lift the Europe-only restriction “very soon.” The Raspberry Pi Model A is a tiny, $25 computer that can run a variety of Linux distributions. If you're new to the... Read more...
If you’re one to tinker with computers, you probably already know about the Raspberry Pi Model B, which is a tiny, barebones computer that consumes very little power and cost a mere $35. It really is a no-frills system – it doesn’t even have a case – which is what makes the system so appealing to many DIYers: what you do with the little computer is up to you. Now, Raspberry is offering a $25 Model A, which boasts even lower power consumption. Just because the Raspberry Pi Model A is newer doesn’t mean that it’s better, though. Raspberry designed... Read more...