Raspberry Thin Client News Nice post from Sixteen-Nine on Industrial Raspberry PI– interesting too that the upcoming unit will come with 2.7″ touchscreen for unit status. First of its kind. Excerpt The folks at OnLogic have evidently looked at the volume of Raspberry Pi boards going to industrial and commercial applications and determined it’s a viable market, making… Read More »
Raspberry Pi 4 Thin Client Raspberry Pi was very nice and sent us one of their Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kits. Featuring a quad-core 64-bit processor, 4GB of RAM, wireless networking, dual-display output, and 4K video playback, as well as a 40-pin GPIO header, Raspberry Pi 400 is a powerful, easy-to-use computer built into a neat and… Read More »
Raspberry Pi Thin Client News One of the developers for Raspberry Pi, Linucleus, sent us this from Amazon. ALL-IN-ONE RASPBERRY PI MONITOR — EVICIV 10.1″ touchscreen monitor with durable& hard -wearing case to protect improves its appearance while keeping the board neatly tucked away behind it. It comes with Pi3 Side Panel and Pi4 Side Panel to meet… Read More »
From Tom’s Hardware (no surprise there) July 2021 with credit to Embedded System News by CNX Excerpt: There’s small, and then there’s small. The Station M2 is an RK3566 powered board, spotted by CNX Software, is limited in terms of thickness by its Ethernet port, but manages to squeeze a lot of functionality into a case only slightly… Read More »
From LinuxGizmos Apr2021 Modular HMI touch-panel runs on Raspberry Pi CM4 Apr 15, 2021 — by Eric Brown — 8080 views Seeed unveiled a $195, Raspberry Pi CM4-based “ReTerminal” HMI device with a 5-inch, 1280 x 720 touchscreen, a crypto chip, WiFi/BT, GbE, micro-HDMI, CSI, 2x USB, and 40-pin and PCIe expansion. Seeed has announced a modular human-machine… Read More »
Raspberry Pi Foundation unveils the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, its newest model in the Raspberry Pi 3 lineup.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, offering a faster CPU and faster wireless throughput than its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ comes exactly two years after the launch of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and is in line with Raspberry Pi Foundation’s two-year B+ ‘evolution’ upgrade.
In other words, the changes don’t warrant calling it a Raspberry Pi 4, but there are noticeable improvements, including a faster processor, higher Wi-Fi speeds, and faster Ethernet.
Download now: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+: An insider’s guide (free PDF)
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