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UK plant makes one millionth Raspberry Pi

Tuesday 8 October 2013 | 13:46 CET | News
Sales of the Raspberry Pi have reached 1.75 million units, of which one million have been manufactured at a Sony-owned plant in Pencoed, South Wales. To celebrate production of the millionth British Raspberry Pi, Sony has made a gold-plated case to display it in.

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