The pi-top is fully portable and thus will allow users to deploy the Raspberry Pi in any location with the use of the its exceptional 12-hour long-life battery. The pi-topCEED is a all-in-one stationary desktop with a 14 inch screen ideal to be used as a workstation. It provides all the functionality of the pi-top at a fraction of the cost; allowing schools and enthusiasts to learn how to code, and create using the Raspberry Pi, with ease, at home or the workplace. Both have our full pi-topOS package on them and easy frontal access to your hardware. There are no boundaries - the pi-top kit is for anyone wanting to get a greater understanding in computing and become a maker! However, we found the recommended starting age to be 8+. All software and hardware creations made with the Raspberry Pi are fully-compatible, and transferable, with the pi-top and the pi-topCEED when used with the proto-board. This might include weather stations, flickering LED candles, gaming emulator consoles, wireless music stations and many more other fun maker projects.
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HQLondon, GB
Size (employees)75 (est)+3%
Pi-Top is headquartered in London, GB
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Pi-Top Office Locations

Pi-Top has an office in London
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Hackney Rd
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Pi-Top Financials and Metrics

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Pi-Top total Funding

$20.3 m

Pi-Top latest funding size

$16 m

Time since last funding

5 months ago

Pi-Top investors

Pi-Top's latest funding round in July 2018 was reported to be $16 m. In total, Pi-Top has raised $20.3 m
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Pi-Top Revenue

Cash (31-Dec-2017)

GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017



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Financial Leverage

1.1 x
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Use YouTube to improve literacy in the classroom? Yes really, here’s how…

Episode 6 of We Make the Future explores using video in the classroom, and how we can turn children’s love of screens into a creative force. Dominic Traynor used to be a primary school teacher. After pushing his class hard to exceed their targets for two and a half terms he thought he’d let them […]

Fill the gap between curriculum and learning experience with pi-top

Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria, South Africa, focuses on providing wide-ranging opportunities and exceptional facilities for students to excel in academic, sporting and cultural spheres, while still retaining traditional values of honesty, integrity, compassion and responsibility. We spoke to Deo…

What we’ve been reading, week 46

It’s time to put the kettle on, sit back and catch up on the best education, making, and learning news. Enjoy! Graham Brown-Martin on education and the nature and future of work Education is now recognised as life-long. The idea that we might go to school and then to university, and that’s it – we […

Everything that’s wrong with the future (and how to fix it)

In episode 5 of We Make The Future, we explore just that, the future. Mark Stevenson describes himself as a reluctant futurologist, but his work helping companies, governments, and NGOs with future narratives, institutional innovation and learning means, reluctant or not, he’s uniquely placed to tel…

Meet the 9-year-old taking STEAM healing into hospitals

In this guest post, we find out how STEAM helps children in hospital not only keep learning, but also aid their recovery. Annabelle has a very rare bone disease and suffers from chronic pain, there is no cure. To help her cope with this and express how she feels we make use of STEAM work as both […]

What we’ve been reading, week 45

Hello friends! Welcome back to another week of ‘what we’ve been reading’, and this week we’ve a bumper selection of the education, making, and learning stories that you should know about. A 5-Year-Old’s 15-page résumé captivates China His résumé, at 15 pages, is glittering, complete with performance…
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Pi-Top Company Life and Culture

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Pi-Top Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many employees does Pi-Top have?

    Pi-Top has 75 employees.

  • Who are Pi-Top competitors?

    Competitors of Pi-Top include Signal Test, VMEbus International Trade Association and Protronics.

  • Where is Pi-Top headquarters?

    Pi-Top headquarters is located at Hackney Rd, London.

  • Where are Pi-Top offices?

    Pi-Top has an office in London.

  • How many offices does Pi-Top have?

    Pi-Top has 1 office.