The $25 Raspberry Pi model is certainly selling like hot cakes, so much so that it sold out soon after debuting in the US. Yes sir, going on sale just yesterday, this $25 version of a tiny Linux computer is no longer available as all available stock has been snapped up by eager beavers. Of course, if you are hunting for the $25 Model A, you might want to settle for the slightly more expensive $35 Model B instead. After all, for a mere $10 more, you get more bang out of your hard earned buck, no?
Those who want to pick up the Model A will be treated to a message that reads, “this item is out of stock and may not be backordered. Please remove to continue.” As for Model B, it is available on sale although it has been backordered, with a waiting list that is up to 6 weeks long before your purchase arrives on your doorstep. Just to get an idea on what the $25 Model A offers, this “budget” edition comes with 256MB RAM and one USB 2.0 port, while the $35 Model B has double the RAM, a couple of USB 2.0 ports and an Ethernet port.
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