Less than four years ago, a tiny credit-card-size computer changed the world for students, gadget makers, industry, even space. The Raspberry Pi showed up in February 2012 with modest expectations and a low price of $25. This little computer from the United Kingdom soon became much more than its founder expected. Cambridge professor and Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton will be on hand to tell his story as a keynoter at the ARM TechCon 2016.
“We were expecting to sell maybe 10,000 units lifetime, and that was in our wildest dreams,” Upton told Design News editor Rob Spiegel in a recent interview.
Read the full interview on Design News, “The Extraordinary Tale of the Raspberry Pi.”