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Raspberry Pi adds built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

Monday 29 February 2016 | 11:00 CET | News
The Raspberry Pi is set to become the most popular British-made computer to date, with Raspberry Pi project founder Eben Upton saying that sales of the Raspberry Pi will surpass 8 million in February, reports BBC News. The title was formerly held by the Amstrad PCW, which is understood to have sold 8 million units. The milestone comes as the group unveiled the Raspberry Pi 3, with 64-bit processor and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections. It will be on sale from 29 February for USD 35 (USD 20), with a 'few hundred thousand units' available from online stores on launch day.

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