Raspberry Pi opens its first dedicated retail store

Raspberry Pi — makers of everyone’s favorite miniature computers — has opened its first physical retail store today in Cambridge, UK, via VentureBeat.

Previously, if you wanted to buy a Raspberry Pi, you probably got it online from Amazon or an authorized Pi reseller, like Adafruit, but physical stores in which to buy them remained few and far between.

And the Raspberry Pi Foundation looks to be going a step further with its store and borrowing from Apple’s book, marketing it not only as a convenient place to buy gear (which it certainly is, along with books, mugs, teddy bears, and other exclusive merchandise), but for new customers to come and see what’s possible with Raspberry Pi devices.

It’s not just a pile of Raspberry Pis in…

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