Only few of them have a programmable GPIO pins - this is a most valuable advantage of Pi(for me, of course).Alcor wrote:Ok, every day a third-party solutions are becoming cheaper.
Moscow department don't know nothing about R-PI.daq wrote:Have you tried to call them? They have representatives in Moscow, SPb, and several other sities.
Hm. That's idea. I don't like this service, but in this situation they could help...Semchen wrote:I used ebaytoday mailforward service with UK address for ordering. Total was $50. Overpaid $7 VAT and airmail delivery from UK will cost another $7. Order page says "Despatch expected within 8 week(s)".
In deference to english-speaking users maybe? =)Semchen wrote: And why everybody is writing in english here?
There’s been some bureaucratic challenges faced in shipping to people in Russia, which has caused this delay. Your Raspberry Pi order is still secure and we’re working to find a solution as quickly as possible. As soon as we have a shipping solution in place, we will be sending your Raspberry Pi to you.
Update (as of this morning) – we appear to have found a solution working with our distributor in Russia, YE International. We’re waiting for confirmation on when this will be operational, and I’ll ensure that you are contacted with notification of when you can expect to receive your Pi.
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