Last week, Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi – makers of the popular mini-computer designed to encourage people to try coding and programming – opened its first high street store in the city's Grand Arcade.
Raspberry Pi store opens in the Grand Arcade
The opening coincided with the release of a new Raspberry Pi starter kit, designed to make it easier for people to get involved in programming.
The Raspberry Pi Store offers visitors the opportunity to experience and buy a wide range of Raspberry Pi products, explore some of the things that can be done with a Pi, discover accessories and books, and take advantage of store-only exclusives.
The computer was the brainchild of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, established by a group of Cambridge scientists in 2006. Raspberry Pi has now sold 25 million units globally, making it the best-selling British computer.
Image: ©Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK-based charity that works to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world. We do this so that more people are able to harness the power of computing and digital technologies for work, to solve problems that matter to them, and to express themselves creatively.