How many Raspberry Pis have been sold? The answer is that Raspberry Pi passes 10M in sales in four and a half years. Ten millionth Raspberry Pi, and a new kit article tells that when Raspberry Pi was started, the developers had a simple goal: to increase the number of people applying to study Computer Science at Cambridge. By putting cheap, programmable computers in the hands of the right young people, it couldrevive some of the sense of excitement about computing that we had back in the 1980s (with Sinclair Spectrums, BBC Micros and Commodore 64s). The developers originally expected that lifetime volumes might amount to ten thousand units – but now it has sound thousand times more. Buying a Raspberry Pi will help to fund both our ongoing engineering work, and our educational outreach programs (including Code Club and Picademy). To celebrate 10 million Pis, the Raspberry Pi Foundation launches Starter Kit with select peripherals and accessories for £99 plus tax.