All the hype raised around the Raspberry Pi single-board, credit card-sized PC continues to rise, but not all is well on the company's side.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation actually ran into a small manufacturing problem
that has already pushed back the start of shipments.
Long story short, the factory used non-magnetic Internet jacks in the PCs instead of magnetic ones.
That means that none of the Raspberry Pi made so far, save for those produced after the discovery, have network support.
Hopefully, the “slight delay” will be negligible, especially after how successful the first batch of orders was.
The retailers distributing the Linux
PCs may have been partially at fault for not accurately estimating the demand, but it still takes a certain kind of product for the amount of orders to crash both of their servers