The Raspberry Pi Foundation has sold 10 million units of the diminutive computer, the company announced in a blog post. The computer is a favorite of hackers and makers because of its low cost and flexibility. It was just back in February 2015 that the company announced it had reach 5 million sales, which goes to show how much the tiny machine’s popularity has increased in just a year and a half.MG
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