The board itself feels pretty robust, drawing about 2W of power over a microUSB connector, and only got as warm as your average smartphone does under pretty heavy load. At just £22 for the model B board, this isn’t the holy grail of a net-top replacement out-of-the-box, though it might just give a Smart TV a run for its money. Those looking to turn it into something specific will have all the power they need for basic tasks, programing, and video thanks to the GPU’s hardware acceleration. You’re limited to using the SD card to boot from though; you won’t be able to boot from a USB flash drive. But you can hook up a powered USB hub, and add as much USB-based storage as your Linux distro can handle.http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2012/03/hands-on-with-the-only-raspberry-pi-left-in-london/
Raspberry Pin saatavuus on tällä hetkellä suuren kysynnän johdosta varsin huono.