In the first official Raspberry Pi shop, people in the universal craft calculator will find everything they need for their next IoT or smart home.
In Cambridge, UK, the first official Raspberry Pi store opened in the world. In addition to the various versions of the single-board system, the new one-stop shop for craft-based enthusiasts also offers a wide choice of additional modules, compatible external devices and accessories. In addition, local users will be able to see for themselves how successful Raspberry Pi desktops are on Raspbian's operating system. The Raspberry Pi shop is open daily from 9:00. On Sundays, employees can sleep, but in those days, Nerd-Paradies is only open at 11:00.
Accessories for Raspberry Pi in the official shop.
(Source: Raspberry Pi Foundation)
The first Raspberry Pi came in early 2012 with a single ARM chip BCM2835 on the market. With a clock speed of only 700 MHz and 256 MB of RAM, the mini-calculator at that time was all but powerful. The platform reaches a point due to low power consumption and low price, making Raspberry Pi particularly interesting as the hardware basis for IoT solutions or thin clients, as well as for robust servers.