Raspberry Pi designer wants to create new model with beefier hardware
The Raspberry Pi is a computer roughly the size of a credit card (85.60x53.98x17mm), featuring a CPU clocking in at 700MHz, 256MB of RAM and a bevy of ports, including a USB and LAN port, an SD card slot, HDMI out, audio out and, of course, a power port. When it went on sale at the end of February, it pretty much sold out within the first couple of minutes.
Now, hardware designer Pete Lomas says he is considering changing a few things on the device and releasing his new design under the model designation "B+" - the only problem could be the ultimate cost of the device. "We are looking at the possibility of a Model B+ with additional RAM, but the costs do not look promising and unless we really run out of space for the cool stuff people want to do then it will be a while," Lomas said.
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