Raspberry Pi 3 launched in South Africa

Offering up to 10 times the power of the original Raspberry Pi computer, the Raspberry Pi 3 is now available in South Africa.

South Africa is among several countries which can now purchase the Raspberry Pi 3 – the newest microcomputer that is available for just R642 ZAR.
The Pi 3 is an iterative update over the Raspberry Pi 2, and this time around brings 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN as well as Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity.
Read: Raspberry Pi unveils the Zero: a $5 computer
RS Components, the makers of the Raspberry Pi, have confirmed that the Pi 3 will include a 1.2Ghz Quad-core ARM Cortex A53 chipset, a Dual Core VideoCore IV Multimedia Co-Processor, 1GB of RAM, and a Micro USB port while sized at a minute 85 by 56 by 17mm.
Raspberry Pi computers are largely used for learning how to program, light gaming, business apps or are used to power IoT (internet of things) devices.
The Pi 3 is priced at $35 USD (locally, R642 ZAR) – the same price as its predecessor.
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