Is there a Raspberry Pi with 4GB in the works?

This is not really a news blog, but I spotted something on a recent video titled “Reuters visits the Raspberry Pi factory” at raspberrypi.org. The picture below is a screenshot from about 2 minutes 17 seconds into the video. It shows a box labelled RASPBERRY PI 4GB U-ICC-005-43 and a photo of a board. (click …

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My post about board revisions seems to have been quite popular

That’ll teach me to go away for a weekend. It seems my previous post “Automatic Raspberry Pi board revision detection: model A, B1 and B2” was surprisingly popular. It was picked up by several important Raspberry Pi web sites and led to a significant spike in visitors. If you are someone who found their way …

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Hardware review: LEDBorg for Raspberry Pi

Introduction A while ago I ordered and received a LEDBorg bright, three-colour LED for my Raspberry Pi. I wanted to have a go at writing software to drive the GPIO pins, but didn’t want to go to the trouble of building my own hardware. Not only would that be fiddly, but if (when) something did …

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How to read Raspberry Pi board revision and memory size

As I mentioned yesterday, I now have some new Raspberry Pi boards to play with, and also some extra hardware. I had planned to spend this evening writing some GPIO code to control the colours and brightness of the LEDborg. I even got as far as plugging it in to one of the boards. Then …

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