The first real brick and mortar retail store for the Raspberry Pi has now been opened. Just a few days ago the #RPiStore opened their doors for the first time in the Grand Arcade, Cambridge, in the UK.
Next to Apple, it’s good to finally see another “fruit” hanging on the wall. Opening a physical store for people to meet up and mingle, that sounds nice, right? A lot of the RPi sensation is community driven, so this step absolutely makes sense and we hope that it will be a success with more stores to open in other regions, hopefully soon. If you’re not lucky enough to be around, you can still purchase their hardware online on places such as Amazon or other good dealers.
Here’s their polished introduction video. It’s not long but I already feel like going there and checking out all the goods they are having around. If you’re from around there, make sure to tell us all about your experience and share some snapshots with us. Enjoy!
YouTube: Raspberry Pi Store – NOW OPEN #RPiStore
Photo credit: The feature image is a still frame from the video and owned by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
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