TechRepublic Maxed out your Raspberry Pi ? New quad-core board supports 4K, Sata storage, USB 3.1, gigabit Ethernet TechRepublic If you're running up against the limits of what the $35 Raspberry Pi can do, Gigabyte's latest developer board could be the device for you. The latest offering ups the ante on the Pi in every way, delivering a capable board for a small form factor PC
Network World 10 Reasons why the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is a killer product Network World The previous models used a 700 MHz single-core ARM1176JZF-S processor while the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B has upped the ante to a 900 MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7, a considerably faster CPU.
Five things to do first with your new Raspberry Pi 2 ITProPortal In other words, the Raspberry Pi community is so vast and plentiful, that ownership gains access to countless projects.