The Raspberry Pi, the low-cost linux based computer has gone on sale and the demand is so incredible that the first batch of the computer has already been sold out.
Farnell and RS Electronics, the two retail partners who signed up with the company to help produce and distribute the computers are both sold out of Raspberry Pi devices.You can now register to be notified when more computers are in stock.
The Raspberry Pi features a 700 MHz Broadcom BCM2835 ARM system-on-a-chip processor with support for 1080p HD video playback and hardware-accelerated graphics. It has 256MB of RAM and an SD card slot for storage and HDMI port for video output. The computer can run Fedora or other Linux-based software. The $35 version or the Model B which adds USB ports and one ethernet port to the specs has been sold out and the $25 version or the Model A is going into production.