Raspberry Pi Foundation’s first low-cost Linux computer will likely be available for purchase later this month. Although, there was some delay related to sourcing a components, manufacturing on the first batch is set to complete on February 20.
The $35 computer has a 700MHz ARM11 CPU and 256MB of RAM, nothing ground breaking but it’ll surely be successful in its price range. A second model with lower specs will eventually be released for $25 with will come with half the memory and omits the Ethernet controller . According to a statement issued today by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, the $35 model will probably be available for purchase by the end of the month unless there are additional production delays.
Source : The Verge