Originally posted on VentureBeat:
The indie project, run by the non-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation, first shipped in April after getting tens of thousands of pre-orders. But supply has been constrained, limiting hobbyists and others to single orders. Now the foundation has increased manufacturing capacity and announced the ability to buy in bulk.
Some had been so desperate to get their hands on the popular device that they’ve paid over $200 — almost 10 times the list price — to snap up a Pi on eBay.
“This is of special importance to those of you who are using the Raspberry Pi in your businesses, and to people looking to buy classroom sets for schools and universities,” Liz Upton, community manager…
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