The yellow slice is only the model B 256Mb rev2 - model A's were released later.AndyD wrote:mikerr,
I am a little confused, does the category Pi Rev2 256MB only include the Model B (Rev2, but before the shift to 512MB), or is it only the Model A, or is it both?
So is the figure of 100,000 from a linear interpolation of the official number of sales and the announcement dates? I was under the impression that the model B 256Mb rev2 was as rare as the proverbial hen's teeth, but 100,000 sounds like there were rather a lot of them.mikerr wrote:The yellow slice is only the model B 256Mb rev2 ...
Yes, it would be interesting to know.mikerr wrote:The Model A was first released a while after all Model B's went to 512MB (check the timeline in first post).
Though there have never been figures released for Model A sales, they are included in the total Pi sales.
i.e. model A sales are a proportion of that red 83% slice, but how many is unreleased info (I'd guess 10%)
Not that popular, but not exactly a flop, 100k and 3% of total Pi.model A pi [has] ‘only’ sold around 100,000 vs the 4M Model B’s.
Noticing in this post your use of the word rare, i wonder how many will turn up on Ebay with the words 'Extremely Rare 256mb version' and a price value equivalent of a Ferrari lolmikerr wrote:Some things you can glean from the graph:
There are around 500,000 256MB Pi model B's
There are approx 100,000 of the "rare" 256MB rev2 Pi.
15% are Rev1 models (no mounting holes)
20% of Pi are 256MB models (a fair bit more including model A)
 note graph auto-updates - so the graph will change over time
I'd seen people describing the 256Mb rev2 as "rare" since it was only produced for a few weeks before the 512mb model came out.cptdodgerm wrote:Noticing in this post your use of the word rare, i wonder how many will turn up on Ebay with the words 'Extremely Rare 256mb version' and a price value equivalent of a Ferrari lol
The line graph (total pi sales) includes the A+ sales but the pi(e) chart doesn't break it down.BMS Doug wrote:Your graph doesn't account for A+ or compute module sales, would they change the figures?