Raspberry Pi 2 sales have reached the 500,000 mark just weeks after the device was released to the public.
V3's sister site The Inquirer was informed exclusively about the huge sales by Raspberry Pi Foundation chief Eben Upton, who noted that the new model accounts for one in 10 of all Raspberry Pi devices sold to date.
"What's amazing is that one in 10 of these was sold in the last two weeks. Particularly with the Pi 2 the curve keeps bending upwards," he said.
Head on over to The Inquirer to hear more about the amazing sales of the Pi and Upton's insights on the challenges the organisation has overcome to achieve its amazing success.
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