More than 200 million devices per year quarter sold. Nice platform (if you like Java) to create applications, education applications too It's an global consumer operating system available on insane amount of devices that will dominate mobile and portable device market for years to come. You won't reach many if you won't be on devices that everyone has. Enforcing the whole Raspberry project to one device (SoC) IMHO isn't a good idea.jamesh wrote:Android is certainly possible on the Raspi - it just needs a lot of work that the Foundation is not willing to put in, as Android does not have any benefit to the educational side.
Many kids now know how to use a tablet, and are surprised that a CRT doesn't do anything when they touch the screen. Cheap tablets are now plain toys for kids (wherever it is good or bad).