Raspberry Pi manufacture relocates to UK from China

Charlee Gothard
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Budget PC now to be made at Sony plant in South Wales

The Raspberry Pi, a charity-funded pocket-sized computer that costs in the region of £20, will now be manufactured in the UK, its creators have announced. The Rev 2, which will cost £16 and £22 ...

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