The Raspberry Pi Foundation has confirmed that restrictions on the number of devices users can order have been lifted, with its manufacturing partners now building 4,000 devices a day.
“As of this morning, you’ll be able to buy as many Raspberry Pis as you want,” she said.
"If you've been waiting for the Raspberry Pi to be in general delivery before you order, now's the time to get your order in; it helps us to plan the supply chain efficiently if we have a bit of visibility of what's just down the road."
Buyers who have been anxiously awaiting greater availability of the devices can order them through RS Components and Element 14/Premier Farnell.
“We’re currently forecasting that these orders will start reaching customers by the end of September,” said a representative from RC Components.
Element 14 added on its website that orders should now be delivered within five weeks, having previously been unable to confirm when shipments would arrive.
The £22 single-board Raspberry Pi features a Broadcom BCM2835 system-on-a-chip, including a 700MHz ARM processor, integrated Videocore 4 GPU for graphics functions and 256MB of memory.
The first devices began to trickle on to the market in April. But today's announcement should help satisfy some of the pent-up demand.
The Raspberry Pi has created a flurry of excitement from techies and enthusiasts.
But the main goal of the initiative was to build a cheap, programmable device that could be widely used in classrooms – thereby helping to teach the next generation of computer scientists some fundamental skills.
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