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Raspberry Pi to Open Short-Lived London Store

A Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W takes its place in the London skyline
(Image credit: Olga Lioncat on Pexels / Raspberry Pi Foundation)

London-based readers kicking around the capital at the end of November will be able to sate their Raspberry Pi hunger at a pop-up shop, operating for two days in Oxford Street.

Shelves from the Pi Store, Cambridge.

(Image credit: Raspberry Pi Foundation)

Selling the complete range of the single-board computers (opens in new tab), including the new Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W (opens in new tab), you’ll also be able to pick up HATs, camera modules, and cases, as well as mugs, T-shirts, cuddly bears and all kinds of essentials for living the Raspberry Pi lifestyle.

The store will be open from 11am until 6pm on Friday November 26, and 10am until 5pm on Saturday November 27 at 58 Oxford Street (inside Sook, opposite Zara, next to Clarks). It’s a two-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road tube station.

Should you wish to meet Raspberry Pi supremo Ebon Upton, and perhaps ask him about his experiences on the Tom’s Hardware The Pi Cast (opens in new tab), he’s expected to be putting in an appearance at noon on the Friday. It’s not the first time Raspberry Pi has toyed with a real-world shop, having opened a retail outlet (opens in new tab) in its home town of Cambridge back in 2019.

Ian Evenden
Freelance News Writer

Ian Evenden is a UK-based news writer for Tom’s Hardware US. He’ll write about anything, but stories about Raspberry Pi and DIY robots seem to find their way to him.

  • Ralston18
    Interesting but open for only 14 hours total over two days?

    Hardly seems worth the effort......

    What am I missing?
    Reply