The Raspberry Pi was released in 2012 and quickly became the most popular budget computer on the market. After 7 years, its creators reported overcoming an important milestone in their history.
In early December 2019, the 30-millionth computer was sold. Since its release in 2012, the Raspberry Pi has undergone several complete updates that have allowed it to become significantly more powerful and productive without significantly increasing its cost and size. The latest version offers up to 4 GB of RAM, support for Wi-Fi 5, 4K monitors and more.
The Raspberry Pi is also named the most popular British PC on the market, and the price for the cheapest version of the Raspberry Pi Zero starts at about $6.5. Low cost and versatility allowed it to become incredibly popular among both amateurs and developers. It was used to create a pocket laptop, a computer in the event of an apocalypse, a LEGO cube sorter, and much more.