Adventurous noobs could also check out PINN.
All Pi bets are off. I’m going x86.
The problem with that thing is the eMMC is soldered on, unlike the Pine64’s Rock64 and RockPro64
I also have no idea where/how to get one.
and even if I knew… I couldn’t afford one.
This plan has a lot of holes…
Yeah, it took me a while to find it
4GB RAM model avail. in 32GB and 64GB eMMC versions.
$75 and $85
So beautifulllllll :3 :3 :3
I wonder if the heatsink is required. I have a tablet I bought which came with Windows 8.1, and later upgraded to Windows 10. It also has those processors. For S&Gs, I installed Visual Studio on it since it came with 64GB eMMC storage. It performs quite well on it.
How could we fail to notice the new Raspberry Pi 400? (Note: it has no built-in sound, but a Bluetooth headset or earpiece may work, or hopefully your HDMI monitor has built-in speakers, or a linux-compatible USB dongle with audio-out may also work):
Imho, the sound circuitry on the Pi has been less than stellar and picks up interference so easily. I’m not mourning the loss.
I do like that old wedge computer style expansion port on the back with the GPIO pins. Although I’ve said before, I LOVE the wedge form factor. Maybe someone can produce a hifiberry-style DAC board?
I will buy one, when they release the Raspberry Pi 800 (8 GB model)
Reminds me so much of the Commodores
It’s all about the Pentiums!
"You think your Commodore 64 is neato. What kind of chip you got in there, a Dorito?"