Welcome to the Pi store
Move over Apple, there's a fresh computer brand adding a fruity flavour to walk-in stores.
The first physical Raspberry Pi shop has opened in the historic university city of Cambridge, which is also home to Raspberry Pi Foundation, the organisation behind the family of best-selling credit card-sized boards.
The store will do more than sell Raspberry Pi boards, and will also be a meeting place for Pi owners to share their tips and tricks for programming the $35 computer and its siblings.
The opening bucks a recent trend in UK shopping centres, which have seen a rash of big brand names shut their doors amid falling sales.
Click through this gallery to see inside the new Pi store, which opened its doors to the public today.
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Image: Raspberry Pi
Nick Heath is chief reporter for TechRepublic. He writes about the technology that IT decision makers need to know about, and the latest happenings in the European tech scene.