Recently, there’s been a huge demand in the Raspberry Pi 3, and 4, but not enough supply to meet that demand. Consequently, this means that the resell value has shot up, and the company can’t seem to restock their supply.
It’s a simple and fairly underwhelming computer, but it can do a lot. Tinkerers, developers and programmers love them because of how simple they are to play around with. Usually, you can get them for around £30, but if you look on Amazon or eBay, they’re being sold for over £100!
It’s ridiculous, but people will fall victim on these prices, because they might not know the true value. Let’s hope the company can get enough stock back, and we can all go back to being tinkerers.