It looks like the first Raspberry Pi computers should be available by the end of the month, as they guys from Raspberry Pi have announced that the first models have gone into mass production.
The first models should start rolling off the production line by the end of January, and the company will be selling the model B version for $35, which comes with 256MB of RAM and an Ethernet adapter, the model A version which costs $25 should be available later this year.
Raspberry Pis started being made a couple of days ago, but I was forbidden to tell you about it until signed contracts and receipts for payment had arrived – it’s been killing me, especially since I’ve had tens of you asking me when manufacturing would start every day for the last few weeks. I am not good at keeping secrets.
You can find out more details about the Raspberry Pi over at their website, and there will be 10,000 available initially.
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