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Raspberry Pi 4 – and 1Gbit YEAH!

It's finally here!

I do not know how did I miss this but, we have a launch of the Raspberry Pi 4! Yes you are reading it right – the Raspberry Pi 4 comes with 1Gbit Ethernet! There is more!

Raspberry Pi 4 specs and prices

The board comes in 3 variants:

  • £34 – 1GB RAM
  • £44 – 2GB RAM
  • $54 – 4 GB RAM (ordered)

All of them feature the super fast, and super requested 1Gbit Ethernet and 2 HDMI ports with 4K resolution support. There is more! Raspberry Pi 4 comes with USB3, USB-C power supply and more powerful CPU 1.5GHz quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72 CPU that’s three times the speed! There is also dual-band AC WiFi if your feature list was too short!

First look!

All that while keeping the prices reasonably low! The basic 1GB version is still at the £34 price point! Well done to RaspberryPi Foundation for listening.

You will need a dedicated power supply to power this on properly so go and get a bundle.

Raspberry Pi 4 – the beefiest version is coming to NotEnoughTech!

My board is ordered so I will be testing the board soon! You can order yours through the https://thepihut.com/

Expect tests – and some cool builds! Now we have the ultimate maker’s board! Hello Raspberry Pi 4 – it’s nice to see you! As always, if you have any questions or ideas about how I could test the board for you – let me know in this Reddit thread.

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