This week, just nine weeks after its launch, we will ship the 250,000th Pi Zero W into the market. As well as hitting that pretty impressive milestone, today we are announcing 13 new Raspberry Pi Zero distributors, so you should find it much easier to get hold of a unit.
This significantly extends the reach we can achieve with Pi Zero and Pi Zero W across the globe. These new distributors serve Australia and New Zealand, Italy, Malaysia, Japan, South Africa, Poland, Greece, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. We are also further strengthening our network in the USA, Canada, and Germany, where demand continues to be very high.
A common theme on the Raspberry Pi forums has been the difficulty of obtaining a Zero or Zero W in a number of countries. This has been most notable in the markets which are furthest away from Europe or North America. We are hoping that adding these new distributors will make it much easier for Pi-fans across the world to get hold of their favourite tiny computer.
We know there are still more markets to cover, and we are continuing to work with other potential partners to improve the Pi Zero reach. Watch this space for even further developments!
Who are the new Pi Zero Distributors?
Check the icons below to find the distributor that’s best for you!
Australia and New Zealand
Please note: Pi Zero W is not currently available to buy in South Africa, as we are waiting for ICASA Certification.
Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway
Germany and Switzerland
Please note: Pi Zero W is not currently available to buy in Japan as we are waiting for TELEC Certification.
Please note: Pi Zero W is not currently available to buy in Malaysia as we are waiting for SIRIM Certification
Canada and USA
Get your Pi Zero
For full product details, plus a complete list of Pi Zero distributors, visit the Pi Zero W page.
Awesome feature image GIF credit goes to Justin Mezzell
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