Ars Technica New Raspberry Pi “B+” uses less power, has more USB ports Ars Technica The updated “B+” model has the same Broadcom BCM2835 processor as the original and still has 512MB RAM, but it uses less power, has more connectivity options, and features other upgrades over the previous Raspberry Pi Model B. Here are the key
Digital Trends Model A Raspberry Pi Now for Sale in Europe Tom’s Hardware Guide The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that the Model A version of Raspberry Pi is now available for purchase in Europe via RS Components and Premier Farnell/element14 . The Model A is a stripped down version of the Model B Raspberry Pi . $25 Raspberry Pi Computer For Sale in Europe, Coming to Rest of World 'Soon' Mashable Remains of the Day: Raspberry Pi Makes a Slimmed Down “Model A” Lifehacker Stripped-back Raspberry Pi Model A out now, uses less energy TechRadar UK Digital Trends
Stripped-back Raspberry Pi Model A out now, uses less energy TechRadar UK The Raspberry Pi launched a year ago, with the intention of filling the gap left by the demise of computer programming courses.