Computer Tinkerers Pigging Out on 2m Raspberry Pi Sales

By Gerald Lynch on at

The tiny, low-cost Raspberry Pi computer hits another big milestone today, with 2 million of the pint-sized machines having been sold since first going on sale in February 2012.

Costing around £30, the Raspberry Pi has become the go-to solution for coding enthusiasts and DIY-computing fans, with the low-power, low-profile machines regularly being turned into living-room bound HTPCs. Of the 2 million sold, a cool million were built in the UK too.

If you've got a Raspberry Pi, and are at a loss with what to do with your homebrew computing kit, check out our handy guide. [Guardian]